Home Care in Cleveland, GA
Visiting Angels' Home Care Seeks to Help Those Who Can No Longer Care for Themselves in Cleveland
If your loved one needs to receive care, Visiting Angels of Cleveland's main goal is to make him or
Below we explain two things worth knowing about our essential
Hospice Care Is Not The Same
People often think that palliative care and hospice care are the same things. To the contrary, palliative care treats chronic illnesses and injuries to make them more bearable. There is also a possibility of full recovery in many cases with home care.
Hospice care is not for those expected to make a full recovery, rather for the terminally ill with less than six months to live. While hospice care also seeks to make the condition more bearable and is temporary, there is a big difference between the two.
Emotional Needs Are Supported
Oftentimes care is administered by medical professionals, but your loved one may have emotional needs that aren’t being met by those particular professionals.
While medical professionals are helpful in easing the pain of a condition, they don’t provide the emotional support that a professional caregiver can. Visiting Angels of Cleveland's homecare providers is more than happy to provide one on one
Contact Visiting Angels of Cleveland Today
If you have more questions about our care in Cleveland, contact Visiting Angels of Cleveland at (706) 200-1773. We can schedule a free,
Serving North Hall, East Lumpkin, White, Habersham, Stephens, and Rabun Counties
Visiting Angels CLEVELAND, GA24 W Jarrard St
Cleveland, GA 30528