Routine Home Care is the most common level of hospice care. With Routine Home Care, your loved one will be provided with nursing and home health aid services. Patients may receive Routine Hospice Care is provided at the patient's home or care center and assisted living facility.
Continuous Home Care is here for your loved one during periods of crisis. In the event a patient requires continuous nursing care to achieve palliation or management of acute medical symptoms, Continuous Home Care will be provided in the patient's home or facility where they live.
General Inpatient Care provides pain control and symptom management. Most cases are short-term nature and can be provided in a hospital, hospice unit, or long-term care facility. Hospice of Grace has dedicated inpatient hospice units for patients in some of our hospice programs.
Respite Care is short-term inpatient care provided when the patient's caregiver(s) needs a break. Respite Care is only provided periodically for a maximum of five days approximately every ninety days. Respite Care is provided in a hospital, hospice unit, or long-term care facility.