This week, the Chamber is spotlighting Kindred Hospice & Home Health. “At Kindred Hospice and Home Health, our mission is to provide you with high-quality, comprehensive and compassionate care in the comfort of your home wherever that may be, remaining sensitive to your personal circumstances and unique medical needs. We deliver services according to a plan of treatment developed by patients, their family members, physicians and our home health and hospice staff. You can remain safe in familiar surroundings while family members and caregivers can also be involved. Whether helping to address a serious illness, manage a chronic disease or recuperate from surgery, or support you and your family during and end stage diagnosis, our skilled professionals help create a supportive environment in your home.”
Kindred Home Health care helps you recover safely and more independently in comfortable surroundings. Their caregivers work with your physician and provide care designed specifically for your needs and abilities, whether you need skilled nursing and rehabilitation or non-medical personal assistance. Their care is designed to help you:
- Take control of your treatment
- Make changes that may prevent future declines in your health
- Learn about your condition and manage your medications
- Improve your safety at home
- Prevent unwanted hospital visits
Kindred provides care centered on your needs and abilities. The goal is help you fully recover as quickly as your treatment allows. Kindred Hospice care can take place in a variety of settings, wherever your loved one calls home. Their compassionate care provides the physical, emotional and spiritual resources needed to make the most of every moment, with the extraordinary service you expect. They understand your needs and goals, and support both in each step of your journey. Hospice care may be right for your loved one when living with an end-stage illness, which has a limited life expectancy, should the disease run its normal course. There are no limits on the amount of time you can receive hospice, but our clinical team reviews each patients’ case every three months after the initial six month period for continued eligibility with the assistance of the primary care physician. The benefits of hospice care are proven by research to support improved pain and symptom management. In fact, many families say they wish they had received hospice care sooner.
The benefit of hospice care is greatest when services are provided early enough within your loved one’s eligibility to:
- Maintain independence and take control of the illness or disease
- Complete important tasks
- Organize personal affairs
- Complete spiritual services
Kindred Hospice and Home Health has been providing care for over 20 years in Seminole County and the surrounding areas.
If you are interested in joining the Chamber, or have any questions about the Chamber and what we do, call or come by and speak with Sarah or Kadie. The Chamber is open Monday-Friday 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. (229) 524-2588 122 E. Second Street
Last modified: October 28, 2020