VISITING ANGELS CONWAY, AR 501-381-1630
Facebook YouTube Twitter LinkedIn
End of Life Care: Providing Comfort and Support in and Around Conway, AR

Serving Conway, Cabot, Greenbrier, Vilonia, and the Surrounding Areas

Visiting Angels CONWAY, AR
240 Skyline Dr #301
Conway, AR 72032
Phone: 501-381-1630
CDC Updates
Get the latest information on COVID-19 from the Department of Health

End of Life Care: Providing Comfort and Support in and Around Conway, AR

Visiting Angels of Conway offers end of life care to seniors in Conway, Cabot, Greenbrier, Vilonia, and surrounding Arkansas communities who are seeking support, whether it be physical or emotional, while suffering from a terminal illness and the final stages of their life. Our caregivers support families while going through this tough time; we understand that while death is a part of our life cycle, it’s still challenging to go through alone. 

The number of people choosing to spend their final days at home has shown to be increasing over the years. Because of this, families need to have access to home care services that are supportive and compassionate. It is often shown that this aspect of care is overlooked during the training process to most caregivers and health care providers—but not at Visiting Angels of Conway.

Our caregivers provide our clients and their families with options to help during this life transition—our team keeps their clients safe and comfortable. We do not offer hospice care, but we can work with and support your hired hospice team; we also are there to help the family as a whole, offering a helping hand when needed during the end of life process. 

What is End of Life Care?

After being diagnosed with a limited life expectancy, it’s usually necessary to bring in help to provide care to help assist with their pain and any other symptoms. The most common solution for this situation is end of life home care. This helps alleviate many, if not all, of these responsibilities from family and close friends. If this sounds familiar to you, you may find that Visiting Angels of Conway can help, so you take all of the stress and responsibilities on by yourself. 

We offer in-home end of life care services that have been rated as compassionate and patient, leaving families and their loved ones with the necessary care during the final stages of life. Life Care Navigation through Visiting Angels of Conway offers a dedicated level of support needed during these challenging times in our client’s experience. We outline our approach in our Practical Care Tips for End of Life program—this was created with the client and families in mind, leaving our caregivers educated in the information needed to care for our clients. Within these guidelines, you will see that we use a client-focused approach—meaning we center our care around the client’s comfort and well-being.

Our caregivers offer the essential personal home care services to help:

  • Minimize pain and other symptoms
  • Assist with personal tasks such as dressing, bathing, and daily hygiene
  • Alleviate feelings of loneliness, stress, and anxiety

 

Similarly, our caregivers give family and friend caregivers a chance to receive the respite and assistance that they deserve and need. Our team is trained to perform tasks such as:

  • Meal preparation
  • Laundry
  • Light housekeeping
  • Shopping 
  • Running errands 

 

Visiting Angels of Conway works as a team to provide our families with the assistance they need, be someone they can turn to when they are overwhelmed, and provide emotional support in challenging moments. 

Ready to get started with Visiting Angels of Conway? 

Contact our Conway, AR, office to learn more about our end of life care and other services!

Serving Conway, Cabot, Greenbrier, Vilonia, and the Surrounding Areas

Visiting Angels CONWAY, AR
240 Skyline Dr #301
Conway, AR 72032
Phone: 501-381-1630

Serving Conway, Cabot, Greenbrier, Vilonia, and the Surrounding Areas

Visiting Angels CONWAY, AR
240 Skyline Dr #301
Conway, AR 72032
Phone: 501-381-1630
CDC Updates
Get the latest information on COVID-19 from the Department of Health