Hospice Care of
Acadiana

Including Lafayette, Opelousas, New Iberia, and More!

Hospice Care Lafayette Louisiana
 

Providing Compassionate Hospice Care in Acadiana

Local to Acadiana, HOPE Hospice was created by an experienced group of healthcare professionals who are passionate and determined to make a difference in the lives of those touched by advanced illness. As a leader in quality and innovation, HOPE Healthcare and Hospice will strive for every end-of-life experience to be patient-centered, based on individual choice, full of comfort and compassion, and always eased by HOPE. We are here to help you and your family create new memories and revisit old ones, all with peace of mind knowing the best care available is being provided.

 

Hospice Care

The extensively trained healthcare professionals and support staff at HOPE Healthcare and Hospice are your local comprehensive hospice authority. HOPE provides routine home care, general inpatient care, continuous home care, and respite care.

Care includes: 

  • Nursing and physician services
  • Medical social services
  • Home health aide services
  • Counseling services (pastoral, spiritual, bereavement, dietary, and others as necessary)
  • Medications related to the terminal illness
  • Durable medical equipment
  • Medical supplies related to the terminal illness
  • Lab/Diagnostic related to the terminal illness
  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy

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Hospice Care

Routine Home Care

Routine home care is the most widely utilized level of hospice care. It is provided wherever the individual considers home, including a private residence, assisted living facility, or nursing facility. 

 

Routine Home Hospice Care

General Inpatient Care

General Inpatient Care (GIP) is hospice care for short-term symptom management that cannot be controlled in a home-like setting and must be provided at an area hospital. The hospice clinical team members will make daily visits and communicate orders of care directly to the hospital staff. 

 

General Inpatient Hospice Care

Continuous Home Care

Continuous home care is hospice care provided short-term to manage pain and symptoms in a home setting for up to 24 hours a day for patients who do not wish to return to the hospital but require full-time symptom management.

Continuous Home Care is provided in the patient's home by the hospice clinical team only until symptoms are under control; then, the patient is transitioned back to Routine Home Care. 

Continuous Home Care symptom examples include:

  • Unrelieved pain
  • Severe nausea and vomiting
  • Severe shortness of breath
  • Severe anxiety or panic attacks

 

Continuous Home Hospice Care

Respite Care

Respite Care is hospice care available to provide temporary relief to the patient’s primary caregiver for a maximum of five consecutive days in a Medicare-certified facility; this can help prevent caregiver fatigue in some instances.

 

Respite Care

Medical Supplies and Medications

The HOPE Healthcare and Hospice team will coordinate ordering, delivering, and setting up all necessary medication, durable medical equipment, and other supplies related to your terminal illness and hospice admission. 

 

Medical Supplies And Medications

Bereavement Support

HOPE Healthcare and Hospice Bereavement Coordinators provide support for your family and loved ones. They coordinate patients' and their families' physical, emotional, therapeutic, and spiritual needs.

 

Bereavement Support | Hope Healthcare and Hospice

Family and Emotional Support

We provide emotional, spiritual, and practical support to caregivers and families during difficult transitions. Our hospice team will support you and your loved ones every step of the way. 

We offer: 

  • Grief counseling and support groups
  • Spiritual guidance and support
  • Referrals to community resources

 

Family And Emotional Support  | Hope Hospice

Pastoral Care

We provide spiritual support for individuals and families of all religious denominations and backgrounds. Our hospice care team includes a chaplain available to visit patients and families.

We also have an active volunteer program that includes people from many different faith traditions who provide support and companionship to patients and families.

Pastoral Care | Hope Hospice

We are proud to serve nine parishes in Acadiana, including
Acadia, Evangeline, Iberia, Jefferson Davis, Lafayette, St. Landry,
St. Martin, St. Mary, and Vermilion.

HOPE Helps Hospice Caregivers

If you're caring for someone who is receiving hospice care, check out our helpful Caregiver and Patient tips that will bring some comfort and clarity as a caregiver. 

Caregiver & Patient Tips

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Is it time for Hospice Care?

Take our Hospice Quiz below, and one of our knowledgeable team members
will contact you to discuss how HOPE Healthcare and Hospice can help
you or your loved one.

 

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