At Home Hospice Care in Brentwood

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oping with emotions over a terminally ill loved one might be one of the most difficult and emotionally draining feelings that one has to deal with in life.  The ability to cope and ways in which people cope are different.  Some find it easier than others to accept the fact that a loved one is dying.  This article titled How to Cope with a Terminally Ill Family Member provides six tips to help you make the most of time with your loved one.

One of the more difficult aspects of having a Terminally Ill loved one is how it interferes with your current affairs such as work, family, and free time.  At A-1 Home Care, we understand the emotional and physical drain that comes with caring for a loved one near the end of their life.  We can provide compassionate and experienced in-home Hospice Care on a 24 hour live-in basis or hourly part-time basis.  Our caregivers, nurse aides, and companions have the goal of keeping your loved one as comfortable as possible on a physical and emotional level.

A-1 Home Care is a Licensed Bonded and Insured non-medical homecare agency that has been in business since 1991 with an A+ Rating from the Better Business Bureau and Shield Accreditation.  We specialize in Elder Care services such as Hospice Care, Alzheimer’s Care, Parkinson’s Care, Cancer Care, Post Stroke Care, and more in Brentwood, Bel Air, Westwood, Hollywood, Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades, Malibu, Palos Verdes, and others in Los Angeles County.

To hire a compassionate Hospice Caregiver in your area today, CALL us at 310-657-8780 for a FREE in-home assessment.

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