In-home Hospice and Palliative Care

Hospice is simply defined as end-of-life care. Hospice provides palliative, or comfort care, to the terminally ill when a physician has determined the patient is nearing the end of their life. End of life can be anywhere from one day to one year base on the disease process. Hospice focuses on the quality of life and the care is provided in the patient’s residence, whether that is in their home, nursing home, or assisted living center.

Hospice is a compassionate team of care giving professionals working together to serve not only the patient, but also their family. An individualized plan of care allows patient and family in decisions regarding the patient’s plan of care and allows the patient and family to participate fully in the final stages of life.

Services included but are not limited to:

  • Skilled Nursing (LPN, RN)
  • Personal Care (Certified Home Health Aide)
  • Medical Social Worker
  • Chaplains & Spiritual Counseling
  • Respite Care
  • Bereavement Counseling
  • Physician Services
  • 24-Hour On-Call Nursing Staff
  • Medications Related to Diagnosis

Have one of our knowledgeable staff contact you:

  • Everybody at Aspire was outstanding and we love each and every one of them. Melissa with Aspire even spent time with my friend while she was in the hospital. No words can express how much they love her and her loving them.”

    Pat – Comanche County

  • All of you at Aspire have been so good to me that words can’t express what it means to be under your care. It is a comfort and a blessing that helps our nights and days to be peaceful and pleasant. Thank you so much for your cheerfulness and encouragement.”

    Ruth – Johnston County

  • All the Aspire nurses on our Hospice Team, lead by Michelle, gave my husband exceptional care. They were a great comfort to both of us and were ever ready to bring whatever medication and medical supplies we needed. They had to brave the snowy, rainy winter weather and deplorable condition of our dirt roads. I commend them all on their professionalism, dedication and their quick responses to my emergency calls. I really don’t know how I could have managed without them. God bless them all.”

    Gemma – Pontotoc County

  • Susan was the Aspire LPN who took care of our mother. She always treated our mother with love and respect and always took time to make our mother feel like she was Susan’s only patient. Carolyn was mother’s aide, and she treated her with the same love, respect and dignity. We love and appreciate each of our mother’s caregivers and are grateful for the help we received from Aspire.”

    Patricia – Stephens County

  • Thank you to Aspire for everything you have done. Your kindness and concern is great. This is the best home health I have ever used. Thanks for taking your time with me.”

    Janice – Jackson County

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