Hospice of the Western Reserve offers different levels of services to meet the varying needs of our patients and their families.
Most care is provided in the patient’s home, which can include long-term care facilities, assisted living facilities and group homes. If there is a brief, acute episode that requires additional care to manage pain or acute medical symptoms, nursing care can be extended to maintain the patient at home.
Patients with no caregiver, or whose family cannot care for them at home, may have the option to stay in the home-like environment of one of our hospice care settings–David Simpson Hospice House, our residential facility overlooking Lake Erie, the Hospice Care Center at The Renaissance in Olmsted Township or our new residential facility, Ames Family Hospice House in Westlake, slated to open its doors in the summer of 2012.
Learn more about Hospice of the Western Reserve by visiting hospicewr.org or 855.852.5050
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