In addition, when receiving care at home, aging parents can feel like a burden to their stressed children. So it can also feel like a relief for our residents to receive care from a team that has caregiving as a vocation, and is able to provide their full attention to meeting resident needs.
Some residents even thrive to the extent that after moving to our senior living facility, they improve in their overall health and well being and no longer require hospice services.
End of life treatment choices are difficult to make and options can be confusing to families. The medical team at Bel Air Assisted Living provides education and support to the families of our residents as they determine if and when hospice care is an appropriate choice for their loved one. If families decide to proceed with hospice, our staff then provides guidance regarding the process of selecting a hospice agency and understanding the services they offer.
Bel Air Assisted Living works with the top Hospice Providers in the region, and coordination with hospice providers is smooth and seamless. That way, family members can focus on just being present, rather than on overwhelming logistical details and caregiving responsibilities. Families are able to focus on being loving and caring, while we provide service and support.