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NHPCO Member Hospice Agency Butte’s Only Locally Owned Hospice Agency Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC) is a nonprofit accreditation organization that has stood as a symbol of quality and excellence since 1986. National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization November is National Hospice Care Month! “The more you are able to become present in the moment, the more you can feel like, if death happened now it would be ok, I have led the best life I can.” Mirabai Bush When is it time to call? It is time to call hospice when it has been determined that there is no cure for an illness, when the person with the life-limiting illness decides to stop seeking aggressive treatment or when their health is progressively declining, despite treatment. The focus of hospice is to provide pain relief and symptom management, and provide care and support to a family member or caregiver. And the Hospice Care Team. What is a Hospice Team? Hospice care is the collaboration of a dedicated team of professionals who provide comprehensive end-of-life care to those with life-limiting illnesses. The hospice team comprises an interdisciplinary group of professionals who become an extension of the patient’s family or support network. They work together to meet the medical, emotional and spiritual needs of patients and families. Hospice care encourages the involvement of the patient’s family members in the plan of care. The team includes: Physicians, who works with the patient’s primary care physicians/specialists to provide a continuum of care. Skilled Nurses, who attend scheduled visits with patients. They provide quality nursing care, pain and symptom management, and make arrangements for medications, medical equipment and supplies. The skilled nurse offers education on the diagnosis, disease process and prognosis. Hospice Aides, who assist with the personal care needs of the patient, such as bathing and grooming. Chaplin Deacon Dan McGrath & Max Social Workers, who offer psychosocial support and assists in areas, such as navigating through the healthcare system, legal and financial issues, placement, mediation of family dynamics, coordination of additional community support and resources. Chaplain who, if requested, offer spiritual support, assist in the discussion of spiritual concerns, connect family with their faith community and may assist in planning of the patient’s funeral/memorial service. Along with Bereavement and grief support to caregivers and family members after the death of a patient. Volunteers, who offer their time and talents to provide conversation and/or companionship and support to patients and families in a variety of special activities or meaningful presence. Butte Senior Solutions Hospice 2825 Lexington Ave. Ste B, Butte, MT 59701 406.299.3777

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