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You or your loved ones do not have to pay anything for Hospice services. We accept Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance. The Hospice Medicare benefit pays for 100% of the services we provide, as does Medicaid. Most private insurance companies also cover 100% of Hospice care costs.
Most patients rely on the Hospice Medicare benefit to pay for services. No deductibles or copays are needed. We can assist you if you have questions about how to apply for Medicare for your loved one.
- Medications that are related to the hospice diagnosis are covered 100%. Pain medications, over-the-counter medicine, and other medicines required to keep your loved one comfortable are reimbursed completely.
- Needed medical equipment and supplies necessary to provide comfort for your loved one are covered.
- All levels of Hospice care are paid for. Continuous care services are covered when medically necessary.
- There is also a respite benefit.
- The Hospice Medicare benefit even provides bereavement services for family members for up to a year after your loved one passes.
We are a local community Hospice. Arclight Hospice provides comprehensive care for terminally ill patients. We also offer support for patients’ loved ones. Our individualized, patient-centered services focus on comfort and enhancing the quality of life for our patients. Arclight Hospice empowers patients and their loved ones. We are a full-service agency led by experienced physicians and nurses. Our professionals have several decades of experience helping people transition through the final stage of life.
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You have come to the right place. The Arclight Hospice staff can help you obtain the needed services. A physician or other medical staff person usually makes the referral to Hospice. Clients and family members may request referrals from providers. Arclight Hospice intake specialists facilitate referrals. Arclight staff will contact you to arrange a time to discuss the hospice program when a referral is made. You will have opportunities to have your many questions answered. If you choose to enroll, we will obtain orders from the selected medical provider. You will have opportunities to help Arclight staff hospice staff create a care plan. If the client is in a hospital or other facility, Arclight Hospice can arrange to have medicine and equipment delivered to the client’s residence. We can arrange free transportation home from a hospital if needed. Members of the hospice team will meet with you and your loved one at home. Initial
team members that you meet will likely include nursing staff, a social worker, and home health aides. You will also meet with grief, spiritual and other specialists as needed. Ongoing visits from the hospice team will be scheduled. The hospice team members will provide you with a great deal of information about what to expect while your loved one is in Hospice. You will know how to reach us twenty-four hours per day. Don’t worry about retaining everything! You will likely feel an array of emotions and thoughts. Most people feel tired but relieved. Be at peace knowing that you always have access to a qualified team of compassionate experts.
Arclight Hospice services are free. We work with health insurance companies, Medicare, and Medicaid 2 obtain reimbursement. Arclight staff can help you with the necessary paperwork.
We support any decision that you make. If you choose to resume active treatment rather than comfort care, you will no longer be eligible for Hospice at that time. If you decide to opt for comfort care in the future, Arclight Hospice will be ready to help you.
Absolutely. You will always be involved in your loved one’s care. A cornerstone belief at Arclight Hospice is that the family and client are the centers of care. You will always be an essential part of the care team regardless of whether your loved one is in a private home or in a care home setting. Arclight Hospice staff will be here to support you throughout the Hospice experience. We follow up with you for a year after your loved one passes away to help you adjust to the loss and changes you face.
No, we focused on an individualized approach for each person. Each person changes throughout the Hospice experience. Care is adjusted to meet each person’s needs.
In addition, there are different types of Hospice care. Most people receive what is known as routine home care. Routine home care consists of regular services provided by hospice staff. The visits may occur in a person’s home or a care home.
Another type of care is continuous care. Continuous care is a temporary hospice service. Arclight Hospice Nurses or Home Health Aides provide ongoing care up to 24 hours a day for short periods with clients who have challenging times. For example, continuous care services may be provided for a few days until symptoms such as agitation are alleviated.
What Our Patients Say
My father was a veteran. He was hard working all his life. When he got sick and was dying from heart failure, we did not know where to turn. After all, Dad always had all the answers and was the strong one of the family. I’m so grateful that we learned about Arclight Hospice. Every one of you is fantastic. We were so overwhelmed when Dad was in the hospital, and we knew that we had to reach out to Hospice. It felt like defeat until we met with the nurse and social worker, who explained that Hospice is not giving up. It is just changing priorities. My Dad was able to be comfortable even on the way home from the hospital
We had very gentle, kind home health aides. They laughed at Dad’s awful jokes. He died at home as he wanted to with all of us at his bedside. Thank you, everyone, at Arclight Hospice!
I can’t say enough about everyone had Arclight Hospice. My wife had cancer. It spread throughout her body. She went from being an active woman to someone who became bedridden. She fought cancer as long as she could but eventually, she was just too tired, sick, and in too much pain. It was horrible to see her like that. She was so young. Her oncologist made the arrangements for her to get help from Arclight Hospice. I wish we had known about Arclight Hospice services sooner. The nurses, aides, and everyone was so kind. They got her pain under control. She was able to be at peace during her final days. Thank you, everyone, at Hospice. You are all a blessing.
Mom had Alzheimer’s disease. Her behavior was wearing us out! We did not know how to help her, but we did not want to place Mom in a nursing home. We got help from Arclight’s dementia program. The Home Health Aides treated mom so gently. The nurses and social worker gave us tips on how to handle her behavior. The doctors found a combination of medicines that helped. You are all the best! Thank you, Arclight, for making this difficult time better for Mom and our entire family.