Consider the mental, physical, emotional, and
spiritual benefits of living at home.
Palliative Care Services
Curative care and symptom management for a serious medical condition, illness or disease.
Palliative Care services enhances the quality of life for individuals facing a serious medical condition or diagnosed with a serious illness or disease.
Circle of Care palliative care services include curative care to address the mental, physical, emotional and spiritual support, while symptom management provides important comfort measures and pain management that help to achieve and maintain a higher quality of life.
Palliative care doesn’t mean one has lost hope for recovery. No matter the diagnosis or stage, Circle of Care Palliative Care services can improve the quality of life for both patients and their families.
Palliative Care Management Services
Serving Orange County, Los Angeles County, Riverside County, San Diego County, and San Bernardino County
ADL and IADL Services
Individual Palliative Care services that not only provide compassionate companionship, but also provide services that help the patient have the best quality of life.
What you should know about Palliative Care Services
Circle of Care Home Care services are available for any individual facing a serious medical condition or has been diagnosed with a severe illness or disease that could shorten one’s life. Palliative care doesn't mean one has lost hope for recovery.
Yes. Once diagnosed, palliative care is ordered by the physician and may include medication and medical equipment, RN or Nurse Practitioner, or social worker.
Circle of Care provides an interdisciplinary approach that includes compassionate companionship to support mental, physical, emotional and spiritual well-being, and symptom management that addresses comfort and reduces suffering including pain management and relief from side effects associated with disease or treatment of a disease.
Typically members (RN, NP, Medical Director, SW, HHA) of the Inter-Disciplinary Team (IDT) visits 1 to 3 times per week at 1-hour per visit. To achieve speedy recovery, most patients under Palliative Care also hire private caregivers to assist them with activities of daily living (ADL's), or instrumental activities of daily living (IADL's) if they have no family member or loved ones who can provide that kind of assistance.
Contact Circle of Care for a no-obligation consultation. We can help tailor an individualized palliative care approach that's right for you.
How Can We Help?
Let us tailor an individualized Palliative Care approach for you or your loved one.
Professional, compassionate palliative care services in the comfort of your own home.