Easing pain, easing your transition
Hospice is not a place. It is there when you need it, where you need it- whether it is a private residence, nursing facility or assisted living residence.
When you have a life-limiting illness, hospice brings compassionate care and support to you, so you can live in comfort and dignity where you are most at home, close to those you love. Hospice also provides your loved ones with care and services throughout your time of need.
In addition to helping ease pain and other symptoms, your professional hospice team:
- Works with you, your family and your physician to provide the medical, psychosocial, emotional and spiritual care you need, when and where you need it. Our nurses, pastoral (spiritual) counselors, social workers, hospice aides, trained volunteers, bereavement experts and others stand ready to help 24/7.
- Allows you and your family to make your own decisions, respecting your beliefs and goals.
- Helps you and your loved ones through the grief process.
- Provides bereavement services.
Affirmation of Life
Hospice affirms life. This is achieved by enhancing the quality of life. Hospice provides support and care for persons in the final stages of life so that they may live in comfort and dignity, surrounded by the warm and loving presence of their families, friends, and caregivers.
The goal of the hospice is to provide palliative care that addresses the physical, psychosocial, emotional, and spiritual dimensions of service for the terminally ill as an integrated whole. Continuum Care Hospice is guided by the principles of responsive care, teamwork, leadership, and stewardship. Care to the patient and caregivers will enable those served to experience death with grace and dignity.
If you or someone you love has a life-limiting illness, we understand and we can help.
Our hospice care focuses on maintaining quality of life. That means helping you or your loved one live in comfort and dignity at home or in a home-like facility close to family and friends.
You don’t need to manage terminal illness alone. Together, we can help you or your loved one live as fully and comfortably as possible.
A member of Continuum Care Hospice is available to speak or meet with the patient and family members/caregivers to discuss Hospice services and provide Hospice resources if needed. Please contact us at 216-898-8444.
Ways to Give
Because of the giving of our community supporters, Continuum Care Hospice has the ability to fund other services to help hospice patients in addition to the care provided by our professional staff of nurses, social workers, chaplains, home health aides, and volunteers. Donations are used to help hospice patients in our community to live independently and safely wherever they call home by:
- Helping the uninsured or underinsured to receive the products and services that they need
- Receiving the nutritional support that they need- food bank and/or community programs
- Obtaining use of personal emergency response systems (PERS) i.e. Lifeline type products
- Attending special events or receive final wishes
- Maintaining or regaining their mobility with electric wheel chairs
- Assisting in construction projects that impact safety or usability of living space (home ramp)
Any contribution would be appreciated as it would allow us to meet needs that otherwise might not be met. Monetary and non-monetary contributions are accepted. We truly appreciate the opportunity to serve others and are constantly striving to find ways to do more! Donations can be mailed to:
Continuum Care Hospice
12380 Plaza Drive #102
Parma, Ohio 4413
If writing a check, please indicate if the gift is in memory of someone in the memo line of the check.
Continuum Care Hospice Locations
We are able to provide service in the following counties:
“The staff at Continuum Care Hospice are wonderful. They took stress and worry away, prepared me for my Dad’s death and visited with my Dad and me up until and through the last few days”.