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Hospice care is a specialized form of care that’s focused on comfort / palliative care and maintaining the highest quality of life when a person is nearing the end of life.

Hospice provides physical, spiritual and emotional care in addition to palliative (comfort) care to the patient. It is entered into once medical treatment becomes ineffective. As such, hospice does not provide curative treatment.

Along with this support, family members can receive respite care services, counseling, and other supportive services.

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