We do our best to accommodate each and every patient that is in need of our end-of-life services. Regional Hospice has been providing in-home patient care in Woodbury and in our inpatient care center in Danbury, palliative care, and pediatric care since 1983. We take the time to get to know each patient and treat them as if they were our own family. Our Woodbury patients, along with those across the state, can utilize our hospice services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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Since 1983 patients and their families have benefited from our renowned hospice care here at Regional Hospice. We provide loving and compassionate end-of-life care to our Woodbury patients either in their home, nursing home, or assisted living facility. We offer emotional, spiritual, and physical assistance to all.
Further, we can now offer patients a comfortable stay at the Center for Comfort Care and Healing, Connecticut’s only private suite hospice center. Patients can enjoy a variety of amenities, including gourmet meals.
For years our patients received care from the comfort of their homes, and we can now do the same in our new home.
Regional Hospice provides convenient hospice services for each of our Woodbury patients. We can come to you in your home, nursing home, or assisted living facility, or invite you to our Danbury inpatient center, the Center for Comfort Care and Healing. We are here to assist patients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Physicians, registered nurses, social workers, chaplains, hospice care aides and trained hospice volunteers work as a team to provide patients with exceptional care. They each follow customized care plans that were determined based off of each patients needs and symptoms. For patients who need further assistance we offer speech, physical and occupational therapy.
Compassion, Peace and Dignity
We provide sincere support and medical care for your loved one while they receive their end-of-life care with us. We work hard to manage pain and symptoms that accompany their advanced illness and set realistic goals to improve their quality of life. All of our patients are treated with kindness, compassion, and dignity.
Comfort Versus Curative
Woodbury families should discuss hospice care when a loved one is given a terminal prognosis of 6 months or less, or when a child is diagnosed with an advanced illness.
A Doctor’s Referral is Not Necessary
Patients can be referred to us by a hospital, friend, family member, clergy member, or any home care agency. They will be admitted to us under a doctors direction, though anyone can request our services. We have an online referral form here on our website for your convenience.
Hospice is Affordable
Hospice care is covered by Medicare, Medicaid and nearly all other private health insurances, allowing your loved one to receive the care that they need.
Our patients can remain exactly where they want to be, at home. Our healthcare professionals can come to any Woodbury home, nursing home, or assisted living facility.
Commonly Asked Questions
Some patients will receive our quality care at a nursing home or assisted living facility under contract with Regional Hospice. Trained volunteers are available to take over when caregivers are in need of a well deserved break. These volunteers can run errands, provide companionship, or share special skills and therapies with patients.
Most patients find themselves comfortable in the privacy of their own homes when receiving hospice care, but for some this option isn’t realistic. For those looking for quality end-of-life care in a comfortable environment, let us welcome you to our Inpatient Hospice Center in Danbury. Connecticut’s only private suite hospice center.
The Center for Comfort Care and Healing offers:
Order up whatever you crave here at The Center. Our beloved chef Jonathan LeFebvre and his dedicated kitchen staff are here to cook up delicious gourmet meals for both our patients and their loving families.
The main goal of the Palliative Home Care Program is to use comfort care to target and reduce a patient’s pain and symptoms that stem from their advanced illness.
Palliative Home Care offers:
This type of care can begin at the diagnosis of an advanced illness and works alongside curative measures, focusing on creating comfort through pain and symptom management.
The Palliative Home Care Program helps reduce patients stress while targeting their pain and symptoms by allowing patients the ability to seek out specialized treatments. Healthcare professionals will work together to provide comfort care at any stage of an advanced illness. Those who are homebound, have a special skill, or have symptoms that are difficult to manage benefit greatly from this program.
We provide emotional, spiritual, and physical support to families whose babies have been diagnosed with an advanced illness. Our Pediatric & Perinatal Hospice Programs are set up to help you throughout the entire journey, from pregnancy, to labor, and birth to remembrance.
Woodbury families can find support and information from our Pediatric & Perinatal Hospice Program. Visit with top perinatal healthcare professionals, obtain useful information on caring for your baby at home, and get connected with community resources and support groups.
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Regional Hospice has helped thousands of patients reach new goals and remain comfortable during their end-of-life care. Since 1983 we have offered our Woodbury patients quality care and accomodations. We are here to not only help our patients, but their loving families as well. Please reach out today for more information.