Routine home care is the most common hospice service provided. Routine care is delivered to the patient wherever they "call home" - private residence, nursing facility, assisted living, etc. Care includes intermittent visits from all of the Interdisciplinary Team.
Continuous home care is more intensive than routine home care. It involves around-the-clock care from hospice staff to manage a patient's acute symptoms. A nurse is present at the patient's home for up to 24 hours a day to administer medications, provide treatments, and more until symptoms are controlled. Continuous care allows the patient to stay in their home so they can avoid hospitalization.
Inpatient care is for treating symptoms that cannot be managed in a home setting. Inpatient hospice care is usually short-term and is provided in a few different places. We have special arrangements with local hospitals and other facilities where patients may be admitted to receive appropriate care. Patients return to their home once inpatient care is not needed.
Respite care is short-term inpatient care that is intended to benefit the patient's primary caregiver. Caring for a critically or terminally ill loved one can be difficult for everyone involved. Respite care provides a break for the caregivers and the patient is temporarily admitted to a facility. Respite care has a limit in terms of days provided.
A serious, advancing life-limiting illness can be a difficult condition to confront, let alone to talk about. We're here to tell you you're not alone. We understand and we're here to be the 24/7 team you not only need but deserve.
At 24/7 Team Care Hospice we aim to celebrate the sanctity of life by providing compassionate care and the highest quality medical, emotional, social, and spiritual care. Empowering those we serve to have the quality of life options that afford them comfort and dignity.
I have learned many valuable life lessons being in the medical field for the last 25 years, starting as an army medic to the hospice nurse I am today. I learned to cherish the time we have with our loved ones. I am grateful to be working close with my children who decided to follow in my footsteps and become licensed nurses like myself.
Over the years, I've realized how much our parents sacrificed and worked so we can have the life we live today. Our elders nurtured and raised us. Now is our time to give back and provide them with the care they deserve. If you are considering any hospice care, I invite you to call me personally at (819) 284-9929.
Let us know about your questions or concerns. We will get back to you as soon as we can.
Feel free to fax any forms to 805-520-6943
4220 East Los Angeles Avenue Suite 101 Simi Valley, California 93063, United States
Available 24/7: (818) 390-7654
Los Angeles County