Providing support and serving as liaison with patient/family clergy and other community-based clergy.
Providing intermittent and as–needed visits at frequencies defined in the plan of care, with 24–hour on-call availability for emergencies
Counseling for survivors, generally for up to a year following the death of the patient.
Covering a broad range of activities that are supervised by the Volunteer Services Coordinator.
Social Work Services
Conducts psycho-social assessment of the needs of the patient/family, intermittent and ongoing counseling related to death and dying, and assistance with use of appropriate community services and resources.
Dietary counseling, physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, etc., as deemed appropriate.
Hospice Cleveland County provides care for persons of all ages.
Some of the illnesses our patients have are:
Non-Specific Terminal Illness
Failure to Thrive
Chronic Degenerative Neurologic Disease