Regional Hospice has provided patients in the Hartford area with comfort since 1983. We understand the heartache that comes along with any life-limiting illness and offer our patients multiple care options, including: in-home, palliative care, pediatric care and in-patient hospice care located in Danbury, CT. We provide support for those needing end-of-life care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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Since 1983 Regional Hospice has served thousands of individuals and families throughout Connecticut, including those right here in Hartford, live out their remaining time as comfortably as possible.
After years of detailed planning we can now offer our beloved patients with Connecticut’s first and only private suite hospice center, Center for Comfort Care and Healing in CT.
In order to help and assist every patient that enters our lives we are happy to provide our services at our brand new facility in addition to our in-home hospice care.
Our patients and families can take comfort knowing around the clock hospice care is available here at Regional Hospice, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We provide our renowned services to patients in the comfort of their homes or facilities, as well as right here with us at the Center for Comfort Care and Healing.
With a staff full of physicians, registered nurses, social workers, chaplains, hospice care aides and trained hospice volunteers, we are able to customize treatment plans based off of each patients needs and wishes, and offer occupational, speech, and physical therapy when necessary.
Compassion, Peace and Dignity
We understand the difficult time you and your loved one are going through, and we will support and care for them like they were our family. We treat each patient with the utmost compassion, peace, and dignity.
Comfort Versus Curative
When a loved one is presented with a terminal prognosis of 6 months or less, or a child is suffering from a terminal illness, it may be time to start the conversation on end-of-life services. We are here to offer only the best care to your loved one and maintain a certain quality of life while they live out their remaining time with us.
A Doctor’s Referral is Not Necessary
There are a variety of people and facilities that can refer your loved one to receive hospice care, including: hospitals, clergy and family members, friends, and staff members at other home care agencies. Our patients are admitted under a physician’s direction, and for those looking for a different referral source we offer a hospice form you can fill out online to request care.
Hospice is Affordable
Medicare, Medicaid and most private health insurances cover hospice care, reducing some of the financial burden that comes along with end-of-life services, and provides your loved one with quality care.
Home Hospice Care will treat and care for you out of the comfort of your own home, assisted living residence, or skilled nursing facility.
Commonly Asked Questions
Sometimes our Hartford patients find themselves receiving hospice care in a facility or nursing home that has a contract with Regional Hospice. We have trained volunteers on hand when caregivers are in need of a break. These volunteers are able to provide companionship to their patients, run errands, and even share special skills.
Sometimes the best care and comfort can be found outside of your loved ones house. We provide exceptional end-of-life care for our Hartford patients at our Inpatient Hospice Center in Danbury, CT. Let us make you and your loved one feel right at home while providing the right medical, spiritual, and emotional support they need.
The Center for Comfort Care and Healing offers:
We are happy to offer our patients and their families gourmet meals prepared by our exceptional kitchen staff, led by Chef Jonathan LeFebvre. He will never turn down a request and will likely become a friend to you and your family as he’s done with so many others.
Our experienced staff in our Palliative Home Care Program can administer certain medical treatments to help those suffering from advanced illness live more comfortably.
Palliative Home Care offers:
Palliative Home Care can be an option for those suffering from serious illnesses. This specialized medical care can help patients manage pain and symptoms while teaching loved ones and their families coping methods on how to overcome the challenges of living with a serious illness. It is sometimes used with other curative methods as well.
The Palliative Home Care Program works closely with your loved ones physicians, allowing them more outlets to seek specialized treatments from. Many Hartford patients who utilize this program are either homebound or have specific needs, and is very helpful when symptoms are difficult control.
With our Pediatric & Perinatal Hospice Program, Hartford families can seek out physical, emotional, and spiritual support to help them cope with their babies terminal condition or death. Throughout your journey we will provide medical support and psychological guidance from pregnancy to remembrance.
Pediatric & Perinatal Hospice care includes visits by healthcare professionals who specialize in perinatal care, and can guide families on how to care for their baby at home. They will also assist you in connecting with community resources for further care.
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Since 1983 Regional Hospice has served patients in the Hartford area suffering from life-limiting illnesses, providing them and their families with unconditional love, support, and medical care. Contact us today to talk about your loved ones options with us and start their journey to a more comfortable life.