Electrical Expertise

A full-service electrical contractor, Calm Care, Inc specializes in residential electrical services, including panel upgrades, outdoor lighting, and ceiling fan installation. Reputable and experienced, we are regularly called on by builders and homeowners. No project is too big or small.

Is Hospice appropriate for you or your loved one?

           Signs that you may need to consider hospice care can be subtle. It could be as simple as multiple trips to the emergency room in a short period of time. Or even shortness of breath while resting. Other signs could include experiencing several falls over a six- month period, experiencing weight loss with a noticeable difference in the way clothes fit or spending most of the day in a chair or bed. These signs don't necessarily mean you need hospice immediately. But they are indications that now is a good time to find out about hospice care and that you should ask your doctor about it.

           To qualify for hospice, patients must have a life-limiting illness such as cancer, heart disease, stroke, end-stage Alzheimer’s or any other condition with a life expectancy of six months or less. Each patient or family must choose hospice care with the understanding that the patient is not being treated for a cure, and the patient’s physician must agree that hospice care is appropriate.

            Getting into a hospice program early can comfort both the patient and the entire family. With early hospice care, you will have a team who will help you understand what's happening and how to prepare mentally, physically and spiritually for what’s ahead. Early hospice care can improve the quality of the days ahead for everyone. 

            If you think you or your loved one may be a candidate for hospice, don’t wait. Talk to your doctor today to learn more about how hospice can provide the care, compassion and support you or your family may need. 

 

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