For over 35 years, Regional Hospice and Palliative Care has been providing those in Shelton, CT with a resource for passionate care for your loved ones. We provide both in-home or in-patient hospice care, palliative care, and pediatric care for individuals and families in Shelton. We also offer Inpatient care in our Danbury location.
When you are looking to provide your loved one with compassion, peace and dignity, know that Regional Hospice is here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Do you have a question? Reach out, we can help.
Regional Hospice and Palliative Care has been stationed in Danbury since 1983. Since then, we have been offering the Danbury, Shelton and surrounding areas with passionate and caring end-of-life services. We are dedicated to making our patients feel comfortable whether it is at home or in our facility. We want to support our patients and their families both emotionally and spiritually during this difficult time.
After years of serving Connecticut, we have been regarded as having the only state-of-the-art, private hospice center. This is our Center for Comfort Care and Healing in CT where most families have found comfort and serenity in their private suite or throughout the entire building.
A common issue that comes with deciding on where end-of-life care will take place is between an inpatient or in-home service. To best suit the needs of all of our patients, we provide the Shelton area with both services through our Center for Comfort Care and Healing. Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, we are here to provide your family with exceptional care and comfort.
All of our medical staff including physicians, social workers, registered nurses, aides, and trained hospice volunteers will provide you with an individual care plan. This plan will be created specifically for your loved one in the areas of pain management and symptom control. We also offer speech, physical and occupational therapy.
Compassion, Peace and Dignity
We understand how difficult this time in your life will be, and we want to assist you in any way that we can. All of our treatments and attention to your loved one will be focused on offering symptom and pain management that not only helps them achieve goals, but improve the quality of their life.
Comfort Versus Curative
Hospice care can be considered when you have received news of a terminal prognosis of 6 months or less in geriatrics, pediatrics and perinatal. We want to help you create lasting memories with your family member because we know every moment counts.
A Doctor’s Referral is Not Necessary
Hospice care is not limited to a doctor’s referral. Any individual can request this type of care and can be referred by a hospital, family, friend, clergy or even another home care agency. Complete a convenient hospice referral form on our site to get started.
Hospice is Affordable
Over the years, hospice care has has often been seen as expensive, but this is not the case. In fact, most hospice care can be at no cost to the patient with the help of Medicare, Medicaid and most private health insurances.
Home Hospice Care is at the convenience of our patients. Wherever you may live – a home, another assisted living residence or nursing facility, we will bring our services to you or your loved one.
Commonly Asked Questions
Hospice care can be different for every individual. If you choose, your personalized plan can include our assisted living facility under contract with Regional Hospice and Palliative Care. We have many compassionate volunteers who help assist our caregivers. They can assist you with errands, companionship, or even integrative/complementary therapies or music.
A majority of the time, hospice care can be brought to your Shelton home, a comforting area with familiar faces and familiar routines. But, if your condition or your loved ones stability requires inpatient care for pain control or pain management, you can inquire about our Danbury Inpatient Hospice Center for round-the-clock care.
The Center for Comfort Care and Healing offers:
To make our inpatient care feel even more like the Shelton home you love, we can prepare gourmet meals whenever you wish. Our chef, Jonathan LeFebvre and his kitchen staff love nothing more than providing our patients with comfort food that not only hits the spot but nourishes warmth and friendship.
The specialized palliative care we offer at Regional Hospice focuses on helping patients find relief from their symptoms and stress of a serious illness.
Palliative Home Care offers:
For those suffering from a serious or advanced illness, palliative home care can also be an option. Find comfort not only in our aides, but in the realm of your own home. Spend your days in the place you love, while receiving our expert pain and symptom management and curative treatments.
Our Palliative Home Care Program includes the combined efforts of our physicians while also letting patients be informed or inquire about our specialized treatments. This in home service is especially great for those who may find it hard to venture out from home, either for emotional or physical reasons.
Our Pediatric & Perinatal Hospice Programs recognizes that everyone in your family is affected by the illness of your child. The care we provide for you will help improve the quality of life in many ways including physically, psychologically, emotionally and spiritually. We want to provide your family and child diagnosed with a terminal condition, the chance to create beautiful memories.
This type of specialized service is provided by expert healthcare professionals who have years of experience with perinatal care in both hospital and home care, and additional community resources.
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Since 1983, we have been helping Shelton families with palliative care. We want to be there for you during this difficult time, providing both comfort and compassion. Our medical professionals and volunteers strive to increase the quality of life in your loved one.
We can help individuals and families in Shelton and throughout Connecticut. If you need more information, please reach out to us today to discuss your options.