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How to Cope When Your Loved One Has Terminal Illness


When your loved one is being diagnosed with a terminal illness, this can be hard to accept not only for the patient but for family members as well. A terminally ill patient is someone with an incurable disease whose life expectancy does not exceed six months, even if receiving medical care.

It can be difficult for them to talk about death, particularly saying their goodbyes and making amends with each other. Here are some ways to help terminally ill patients and their loved ones to share and accept the reality of death that necessarily come:

  • Seeking spiritual help by talking with your religious leader or counselor, which can help offer comfort to patients and strengthen their faith.
  • Choosing hospice care as a form of end-of-life care supplemented with home care to ensure maximum comfort and help them live their remaining days in contentment.
  • Asking for the help of doctors to help manage your symptoms, as well the accompanying pain that may come with having a terminal illness.

If you are looking for a reliable provider of hospice care in California for your terminally ill loved one, Hand Homecare Provider, Inc. is the right choice for you!

Our caregivers in Canoga Park, California, are dedicated to providing quality hospice care to help enhance their quality of life, all within the comfort of their own homes.

We also provide other kinds of services designed to give our clients the support and needs they require while maintaining their independence. Among these include:

  • Respite Care
  • Diabetes Care
  • Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s Care, and many more

For further inquiries on hospice and home care services, you may reach out to us at 818-914-4990.

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