Take the first step, share your choices
Advance care planning for health care decision making does not happen overnight. It takes thought, emotional readiness and time to sort out the options and ready oneself for this serious undertaking.
Sharing your choices through conversation is an important first step. In the long run, the conversations will be the greatest gift to those you love, giving them the confidence to act knowingly on your behalf and the comfort of knowing that your wishes will be honored.
Visit hospicewr.org/plan or call 855-852-5050
Advance Care Planning Booklet
Call, download, or request your copy
Our booklet, "Courage in Conversation: A Personal Guide," can help you and your family through the advance care planning process. The booklet outlines a four-step process, designed to help make this difficult conversation a little easier.
* Call 855-852-5050 day or night to order the booklet
* Request to receive a copy via mail by filling out the form below
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Hospice Care Information
Hospice is not a place; it is a philosophy of care. Hospice professionals provide comfort and support to ensure the highest quality of life.
Anyone can call to inquire about services available. Physicians, social workers and nurses often assist family members by initiating the call.
There are many myths about hospice that may keep people from getting the best care possible, when they need it most.
Medicare, Medicaid, and many private medical insurance companies cover hospice services.
Hospice has a team of caregivers that wraps around the patient and the family.
Different levels of care are offered to meet the varying needs of our patients and families, regardless of where services are provided.
Choosing hospice services for you or your loved one is one of the most important decisions you will ever have to make.
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