Where is Care Provided?
Hospice is not a place; it is a philosophy of care. Many people choose to receive hospice care in the comfort of their own home with the help of their family. For some people, hospice care is provided within a long-term care facility with the help of facility caregivers. Only a few people will need to receive hospice care in a hospice center that specializes in acute symptom management.
The Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice team provides hospice services wherever you call home, whether that is a private residence, nursing home, assisted living facility, community based residential facility (CBRF), or long term care facility (click here to see service area map). Our hospice experts will work with you and your caregivers to create a care plan tailored to your specific needs and wishes. We manage your symptoms, order any required medical supplies, and provide comfort and education for you and your caregivers.
Our Hospice Center in Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin offers 24-hour hospice care. Unlike a hospital or nursing home, the Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice Center offers a serene homelike atmosphere with spacious private suites and upscale accommodations. Families choose to come to the Hospice Center when their loved one needs acute symptom management or if routine care needs cannot be met in another setting. Respite care is also available. Even if you receive hospice care from another hospice agency, you may be able to come to the Hospice Center for respite care or inpatient care needs.
Need help deciding where to go? Call us at 920-467-1800 for a free consultation.
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