Regional Hospice has dedicated itself to providing comfort and compassion for people with terminal illnesses or are going through a recent loss. We arrange for in-home, inpatient, palliative and pediatric hospice care for Greater Danbury area families and individuals. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide compassion, peace and dignity for the last stage of your loved one’s life.
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For 35 years, Regional Hospice has successfully helped thousands of people live out their remaining days, whether in the comfort of their own home or in a nursing care facility. We also support their families emotionally and spiritually while dealing with this hard situation. Our end-of-life services allow them to go out with peace and dignity, whether in their own home or a nursing care facility.
We are also proud to invite you to our home in Danbury, CT: the Center for Comfort Care and Healing. This is Connecticut’s only private suite hospice center and features the best and newest medical care and treatments your loved one would need. After more than three decades of treating people inside of their homes, we want to welcome you into ours.
We provide exceptional and convenient hospice care services all day, every day, whether it’s inside of your Waterbury home or inside of our Danbury facility, the Center for Comfort Care and Healing.
We design individualized, custom care plans that are made to meet each patient’s needs for pain management and symptom control. We also provide special services such as speech, physical and occupational therapy, and they are regularly serviced by our physicians, registered nurses, social workers, chaplains, hospice care aides and trained hospice volunteers.
Compassion, Peace and Dignity
We give you and your loved one’s support with the compassion, peace and dignity they deserve during this difficult time. We strive to give end-of-life patients new goals and improve the quality of their lives with symptom and pain management.
Comfort Versus Curative
If there is a terminal prognosis of 6 months or less (a disease that has run its normal course) or if you have a child suffering from life-limiting illness, consider giving them hospice services. We want to give them the highest quality of life during the last stage of their lives.
A Doctor’s Referral is Not Necessary
Anyone in Waterbury can request hospice care, and a patient can be referred to by anyone so long as they are admitted under a physician’s direction. An online hospice referral can be completed through our site for your convenience.
Hospice is Affordable
Hospice care is covered by most private health insurances, along with Medicare and Medicaid, to help make the care for your loved one more affordable.
Whether your loved one lives in a house, assisted nursing residence or skilled nursing facility, Home Hospice Care will come to them.
Commonly Asked Questions
Your hospice care may include trained volunteers who are available to give caregivers a break, provide companionship, run errands or show special skills like music to the patients.
For end-of-life care, you may want to consider the Center for Comfort Care and Healing in Danbury if your loved one becomes too hard to care for in your Waterbury home. The Center supports their personal needs and respects their individuality while also giving them and their families options for the highest quality hospice care away from home.
The Center for Comfort Care and Healing offers:
Meals are provided by chef Jonathan LeFebvre, whose gourmet standards will accommodate whatever you crave. He and his kitchen staff often become beloved parts of the affected family while going through this time. Food can nurture warmth and friendship for your loved one.
Our Palliative Home Care Program offers specialized medical care and treatments that allow people to live more comfortably with relief from the symptoms and pain of an advanced illness.
Palliative Home Care offers:
The Palliative Home Care Program can help homebound Waterbury patients who have a skilled need. When symptoms are difficult to control, works in tandem with the care of physicians while allowing patients to actively seek specialized treatment.
Families who have a baby with a terminal condition or have died should consider using our Pediatric and Perinatal Hospice Programs to help guide them through this turbulent time in their lives. We strive to give families the emotional support they need and accompany them through the child’s last stages. It also includes visits by healthcare professionals who can teach you how to care for the baby at home, assist with additional community resources and provide expertise in perinatal care.
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Since 1983, Regional Hospice has been dedicated to providing comforting care and compassion for those with terminal illnesses or going through a loss. We are here to help support Waterbury families and their loved ones. Please reach out to us.