For 35 years, Regional Hospice has been providing the Weston, CT area with exceptional care and service for all of our patients. We understand the importance of comfort, security, and assurance for caring for those with illnesses. We provide trusted service for both families and individuals. With all of our offered services, including Inpatient hospice in Danbury, we make sure to provide optimal comfort, serenity, and respect. At these important times in lives, we make sure our care is available throughout Weston, CT 24 hours a day for 7 days a week.
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The goal of Regional Hospice is to offer exceptional care, treatments, and services for the Weston, CT area. During the sensitive end-of-life time, we seek to provide comfort and peace in a respectable form. Our years of experience have enabled us to help thousands of patients experience their time at home or in a personally selected environment.
This commitment to serving the people of Weston led us to create the very first private suite hospice center: the Center for Comfort Care and Healing.
To make our trusted services even more available to our Connecticut patients, we now offer in-home hospice care to allow you or a loved one to receive care in the comfort of home.
Regional Hospice offers a wide range of services to meet the specific needs of our Weston patients. This includes offering care at your home, at our home, in a facility, or in our state-of-the-art Center for Comfort Care and Healing. No matter the location, our service is always here to care for you.
We operate on a team of successful and exceptional individuals who are all committed to our promise of quality care. These people include registered nurses, physicians, chaplains, social workers, trained volunteers, and select others. They all work together to craft treatment plans for each patient to help with specific needs, symptom controls, and therapy programs.
Compassion, Peace and Dignity
At these sensitive and tender times of life, Regional Hospice offers complete support and fidelity. Our team members are here to provide comfort and care for both the individual and family members. We make sure every Weston patient is treated with compassion, peace, and dignity.
Comfort Versus Curative
It is not always easy to decide when to move to hospice or when to consider it an option. We recommend when there has been a terminal prognosis, typically of 6 months or less. If a young child is enduring a life-limiting condition, pediatric hospice should also be considered. Every option provides quality care at this time of the patient’s life.
A Doctor’s Referral is Not Necessary
When it comes to requesting hospice care, a doctor’s referral is not necessary or required. Several of our hospice recommendations can come from family members, friends, and others. Online referrals are offered for your complete convenience.
Hospice is Affordable
Regional Hospice strives to make our services affordable and available to all. It is covered by most private health insurances, Medicaid, and Medicare.
We are able to bring the comfort and quality of our hospice care to your select residence. This includes homes, nursing facilities, and assisted living homes.
Commonly Asked Questions
There are various ways to provide care for hospice, some of which change depending on the environment. For Weston nursing homes and assisted living homes, there are contracts under Regional Hospice where trained volunteers help serve. They provide friendly companionship, give caregivers needed breaks, run helpful errands, or share talents as part of inclusive therapies.
When it comes to considering end-of-life care and treatment, Regional Hospice wants you to consider all of your options, especially the most comfortable ones. Located in Danbury, CT we offer complete support for personal needs and respect the desires and wishes of our patients and their families. That’s why we have the Center of Comfort Care and Healing to help our Weston patients with inpatient hospice care.
The Center for Comfort Care and Healing offers:
Our meals are prepared by our select chef, Jonathan LeFebvre, and his exceptional kitchen staff. They are part of our Regional Hospice family and work hard to provide our Center patients and residents with delicious meals and nutrition.
We provide professional services for those who may be suffering from a terminal or advanced illness. With our Palliative Home Care Program, we seek to provide medical treatment and create a comfortable living environment.
Palliative Home Care offers:
There are various elements to Palliative Home Care, all which take into consideration the specific needs of the patient. Some of these aspects include pain management, treatment plans, and more to provide quality care.
With the help of our professional and trained physicians, the Palliative Home Care Programs gives unique and individualized treatment plans.
For young children and babies with serious or terminal conditions, we offer our Pediatric & Perinatal Hospice Programs. This programs goes above and beyond to provide the support families may need at this difficult time, including physical, emotional, and spiritual support. We stand by our Weston families every step of the way.
Our Pediatric & Perinatal Hospice Programs are led by our expert physicians and professionals with an focus specifically on perinatal care.
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