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Delaware Palliative Brochure

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Medicaid certified. ecipient of Federal financial assistance, DelawaInc. does not exclude, deny benefits to, or otherwise discriminate the services and benefits under any of its pSpecialized in-home support during your treatmentPalliative care serves as an extra layer of in-home support when medically appropriate for people diagnosed with a serious illness. Palliative care focuses on managing your symptoms and improving your quality of life while you continue to pursue treatment options with your own doctors. Get help at any stage of serious illness You can benefit from palliative care at every stage of serious illness. And in-home support benefits people of all ages, from children to seniors. Palliative care can be especially helpful to people diagnosed with cancer, congestive heart failure, COPD, ALS, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, or kidney failure. Call 302.478.5707 to learn more about Delaware Palliative.Serving the entire state of Delaware and southern Chester and Delaware counties in Pennsylvania.Supportive CareDuring Your TreatmentMedicaid certified. ecipient of Federal financial assistance, DelawaInc. does not exclude, deny benefits to, or otherwise discriminate the services and benefits under any of its pou can benefit fin-home support benefits people of all Live life to the fullest while receiving treatment for a serious illness.The onset of a serious illness impacts a family’s quality of life in so many ways. Individuals and their caregivers must deal with debilitating symptoms, travel to specialists and labs, comprehend new medical jargon, and make difficult decisions about treatment options. Meanwhile, the fears and anxieties that come with a serious illness can become overwhelming. We’re here to helpDelaware Palliative’s compassionate team works side by side with your physician to control the symptoms of your disease, reduce your anxiety, and ensure that you get the best care possible. New Castle County630 Churchmans Road, Suite 200Newark, DE 19702302-478-5707Kent County555 E. Loockerman Street, Suite 200Dover, DE 19901302-678-4444Sussex CountyDelaware Hospice Center100 Patriots WayMilford, DE 19963302-856-7717Pennsylvania1786 Wilmington-West Chester PikeSuite 200A, Glen Mills, PA 19342484-259-0017302-478-5707 | delawarepalliative.orgDelaware Hospice is accredited by the Joint Commission and provides care throughout Delaware and southern Chester and Delaware Counties in Pennsylvania. It is state licensed, Medicare/Medicaid certified. As a recipient of Federal financial assistance, Delaware Hospice, Inc. does not exclude, deny benefits to, or otherwise discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, or age in admission to, participation in, or receipt of the services and benefits under any of its programs and activities, whether carried out by Delaware Hospice directly or through a contractor or any other entity with which Delaware Hospice arranges to carry out its programs and activities.ATENCIÓN: si habla español, tiene a su disposición servicios gratuitos de asistencia lingüística. Llame al 302-478-5707.302-478-5707 TTY: 711©2023 Delaware Hospice, Inc.Tax ID# 51-0258883ou can benefit fin-home support benefits people of all

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Medicaid certified. ecipient of Federal financial assistance, DelawaInc. does not exclude, deny benefits to, or otherwise discriminate the services and benefits under any of its pSpecialized in-home support during your treatmentPalliative care serves as an extra layer of in-home support when medically appropriate for people diagnosed with a serious illness. Palliative care focuses on managing your symptoms and improving your quality of life while you continue to pursue treatment options with your own doctors. Get help at any stage of serious illness You can benefit from palliative care at every stage of serious illness. And in-home support benefits people of all ages, from children to seniors. Palliative care can be especially helpful to people diagnosed with cancer, congestive heart failure, COPD, ALS, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, or kidney failure. Call 302.478.5707 to learn more about Delaware Palliative.Serving the entire state of Delaware and southern Chester and Delaware counties in Pennsylvania.Supportive CareDuring Your TreatmentMedicaid certified. ecipient of Federal financial assistance, DelawaInc. does not exclude, deny benefits to, or otherwise discriminate the services and benefits under any of its pou can benefit fin-home support benefits people of all Live life to the fullest while receiving treatment for a serious illness.The onset of a serious illness impacts a family’s quality of life in so many ways. Individuals and their caregivers must deal with debilitating symptoms, travel to specialists and labs, comprehend new medical jargon, and make difficult decisions about treatment options. Meanwhile, the fears and anxieties that come with a serious illness can become overwhelming. We’re here to helpDelaware Palliative’s compassionate team works side by side with your physician to control the symptoms of your disease, reduce your anxiety, and ensure that you get the best care possible. New Castle County630 Churchmans Road, Suite 200Newark, DE 19702302-478-5707Kent County555 E. Loockerman Street, Suite 200Dover, DE 19901302-678-4444Sussex CountyDelaware Hospice Center100 Patriots WayMilford, DE 19963302-856-7717Pennsylvania1786 Wilmington-West Chester PikeSuite 200A, Glen Mills, PA 19342484-259-0017302-478-5707 | delawarepalliative.orgDelaware Hospice is accredited by the Joint Commission and provides care throughout Delaware and southern Chester and Delaware Counties in Pennsylvania. It is state licensed, Medicare/Medicaid certified. As a recipient of Federal financial assistance, Delaware Hospice, Inc. does not exclude, deny benefits to, or otherwise discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, or age in admission to, participation in, or receipt of the services and benefits under any of its programs and activities, whether carried out by Delaware Hospice directly or through a contractor or any other entity with which Delaware Hospice arranges to carry out its programs and activities.ATENCIÓN: si habla español, tiene a su disposición servicios gratuitos de asistencia lingüística. Llame al 302-478-5707.302-478-5707 TTY: 711©2023 Delaware Hospice, Inc.Tax ID# 51-0258883ou can benefit fin-home support benefits people of all

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Medicaid certified. ecipient of Federal financial assistance, DelawaInc. does not exclude, deny benefits to, or otherwise discriminate the services and benefits under any of its pSpecialized in-home support during your treatmentPalliative care serves as an extra layer of in-home support when medically appropriate for people diagnosed with a serious illness. Palliative care focuses on managing your symptoms and improving your quality of life while you continue to pursue treatment options with your own doctors. Get help at any stage of serious illness You can benefit from palliative care at every stage of serious illness. And in-home support benefits people of all ages, from children to seniors. Palliative care can be especially helpful to people diagnosed with cancer, congestive heart failure, COPD, ALS, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, or kidney failure. Call 302.478.5707 to learn more about Delaware Palliative.Serving the entire state of Delaware and southern Chester and Delaware counties in Pennsylvania.Supportive CareDuring Your TreatmentMedicaid certified. ecipient of Federal financial assistance, DelawaInc. does not exclude, deny benefits to, or otherwise discriminate the services and benefits under any of its pou can benefit fin-home support benefits people of all Live life to the fullest while receiving treatment for a serious illness.The onset of a serious illness impacts a family’s quality of life in so many ways. Individuals and their caregivers must deal with debilitating symptoms, travel to specialists and labs, comprehend new medical jargon, and make difficult decisions about treatment options. Meanwhile, the fears and anxieties that come with a serious illness can become overwhelming. We’re here to helpDelaware Palliative’s compassionate team works side by side with your physician to control the symptoms of your disease, reduce your anxiety, and ensure that you get the best care possible. New Castle County630 Churchmans Road, Suite 200Newark, DE 19702302-478-5707Kent County555 E. Loockerman Street, Suite 200Dover, DE 19901302-678-4444Sussex CountyDelaware Hospice Center100 Patriots WayMilford, DE 19963302-856-7717Pennsylvania1786 Wilmington-West Chester PikeSuite 200A, Glen Mills, PA 19342484-259-0017302-478-5707 | delawarepalliative.orgDelaware Hospice is accredited by the Joint Commission and provides care throughout Delaware and southern Chester and Delaware Counties in Pennsylvania. It is state licensed, Medicare/Medicaid certified. As a recipient of Federal financial assistance, Delaware Hospice, Inc. does not exclude, deny benefits to, or otherwise discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, or age in admission to, participation in, or receipt of the services and benefits under any of its programs and activities, whether carried out by Delaware Hospice directly or through a contractor or any other entity with which Delaware Hospice arranges to carry out its programs and activities.ATENCIÓN: si habla español, tiene a su disposición servicios gratuitos de asistencia lingüística. Llame al 302-478-5707.302-478-5707 TTY: 711©2023 Delaware Hospice, Inc.Tax ID# 51-0258883ou can benefit fin-home support benefits people of all

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gon, and make difficult gon, and make difficult gon, and make difficult DELAWARE PALLIATIVE — YOUR PARTNER IN CAREDelaware Palliative is a program of Delaware Hospice. Our patient support teams have been providing comfort and care throughout Delaware since 1982. Delaware Palliative is accredited by Center to Advance Palliative Care. Patients can receive palliative care, along with care from your physician, during your entire course of treatment—from the time an illness is diagnosed through the final stages of the disease. Don’t wait until you and your family are feeling exhausted by the strain of managing your illness. With Delaware Palliative you’ll have a dedicated team, including a certified nurse practitioner and a social worker to support you. Our holistic approach considers your medical, physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. What to ExpectDelaware Palliative’s team members can come to you wherever you live — private homes, nursing home facilities, or hospitals. During scheduled visits to your home, your team of specialists will work to: • Control physical symptoms to make you more comfortable.• Address sources of anxiety and reduce stress within the family.• Coordinate care with your physician.• Educate you and your family members about the illness and explain options for care.• Provide a quick response to worsening symptoms before you end up in the emergency room.• Connect you and your family with other resources that can help you tackle the challenges that come with a serious illness.Get StartedTo get support, refer a loved one or patient to Delaware Palliative, call 302-478-5707.Get Palliative Support Palliative care might be the answer you’ve been looking for if: • You need help keeping your symptoms in check.• You want to stop going to the ER or getting hospitalized as a result of your illness.• You want to know what services are available to help you stay in your own home and take care of yourself.• You need help figuring out the best options for your healthcare.• Getting out to the doctor’s office is becoming a challenge.• You could use help with an advance directive. • You want guidance in communicating with family.WHO PAYS FOR PALLIATIVE CARE?Medicare, Medicaid, and some insurance plans cover palliative care. Copays, deductibles, and coinsurance will apply.PALLIATIVE CARE IS DIFFERENT THAN HOSPICEMany people confuse palliative care with hospice care. Palliative care is for adults at any stage of a serious illness. It supports you and your family while you are in treatment. Hospice care supports the comfort of people facing a limited life expectancy of fewer than six months and no longer in curative treatment.Patients can receive palliative care, along with care from your physician, during your entire course of treatment—from the time an illness is diagnosed through the final stages of the disease. Don’t wait until you and your family are feeling exhausted by the strain of managing your illness. With Delaware Palliative you’ll have a dedicated team, including a certified nurse practitioner and a social worker to support you. Our holistic approach considers your medical, physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. ou need help figuring out the best s office is

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gon, and make difficult gon, and make difficult gon, and make difficult DELAWARE PALLIATIVE — YOUR PARTNER IN CAREDelaware Palliative is a program of Delaware Hospice. Our patient support teams have been providing comfort and care throughout Delaware since 1982. Delaware Palliative is accredited by Center to Advance Palliative Care. Patients can receive palliative care, along with care from your physician, during your entire course of treatment—from the time an illness is diagnosed through the final stages of the disease. Don’t wait until you and your family are feeling exhausted by the strain of managing your illness. With Delaware Palliative you’ll have a dedicated team, including a certified nurse practitioner and a social worker to support you. Our holistic approach considers your medical, physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. What to ExpectDelaware Palliative’s team members can come to you wherever you live — private homes, nursing home facilities, or hospitals. During scheduled visits to your home, your team of specialists will work to: • Control physical symptoms to make you more comfortable.• Address sources of anxiety and reduce stress within the family.• Coordinate care with your physician.• Educate you and your family members about the illness and explain options for care.• Provide a quick response to worsening symptoms before you end up in the emergency room.• Connect you and your family with other resources that can help you tackle the challenges that come with a serious illness.Get StartedTo get support, refer a loved one or patient to Delaware Palliative, call 302-478-5707.Get Palliative Support Palliative care might be the answer you’ve been looking for if: • You need help keeping your symptoms in check.• You want to stop going to the ER or getting hospitalized as a result of your illness.• You want to know what services are available to help you stay in your own home and take care of yourself.• You need help figuring out the best options for your healthcare.• Getting out to the doctor’s office is becoming a challenge.• You could use help with an advance directive. • You want guidance in communicating with family.WHO PAYS FOR PALLIATIVE CARE?Medicare, Medicaid, and some insurance plans cover palliative care. Copays, deductibles, and coinsurance will apply.PALLIATIVE CARE IS DIFFERENT THAN HOSPICEMany people confuse palliative care with hospice care. Palliative care is for adults at any stage of a serious illness. It supports you and your family while you are in treatment. Hospice care supports the comfort of people facing a limited life expectancy of fewer than six months and no longer in curative treatment.Patients can receive palliative care, along with care from your physician, during your entire course of treatment—from the time an illness is diagnosed through the final stages of the disease. Don’t wait until you and your family are feeling exhausted by the strain of managing your illness. With Delaware Palliative you’ll have a dedicated team, including a certified nurse practitioner and a social worker to support you. Our holistic approach considers your medical, physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. ou need help figuring out the best s office is

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gon, and make difficult gon, and make difficult gon, and make difficult DELAWARE PALLIATIVE — YOUR PARTNER IN CAREDelaware Palliative is a program of Delaware Hospice. Our patient support teams have been providing comfort and care throughout Delaware since 1982. Delaware Palliative is accredited by Center to Advance Palliative Care. Patients can receive palliative care, along with care from your physician, during your entire course of treatment—from the time an illness is diagnosed through the final stages of the disease. Don’t wait until you and your family are feeling exhausted by the strain of managing your illness. With Delaware Palliative you’ll have a dedicated team, including a certified nurse practitioner and a social worker to support you. Our holistic approach considers your medical, physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. What to ExpectDelaware Palliative’s team members can come to you wherever you live — private homes, nursing home facilities, or hospitals. During scheduled visits to your home, your team of specialists will work to: • Control physical symptoms to make you more comfortable.• Address sources of anxiety and reduce stress within the family.• Coordinate care with your physician.• Educate you and your family members about the illness and explain options for care.• Provide a quick response to worsening symptoms before you end up in the emergency room.• Connect you and your family with other resources that can help you tackle the challenges that come with a serious illness.Get StartedTo get support, refer a loved one or patient to Delaware Palliative, call 302-478-5707.Get Palliative Support Palliative care might be the answer you’ve been looking for if: • You need help keeping your symptoms in check.• You want to stop going to the ER or getting hospitalized as a result of your illness.• You want to know what services are available to help you stay in your own home and take care of yourself.• You need help figuring out the best options for your healthcare.• Getting out to the doctor’s office is becoming a challenge.• You could use help with an advance directive. • You want guidance in communicating with family.WHO PAYS FOR PALLIATIVE CARE?Medicare, Medicaid, and some insurance plans cover palliative care. Copays, deductibles, and coinsurance will apply.PALLIATIVE CARE IS DIFFERENT THAN HOSPICEMany people confuse palliative care with hospice care. Palliative care is for adults at any stage of a serious illness. It supports you and your family while you are in treatment. Hospice care supports the comfort of people facing a limited life expectancy of fewer than six months and no longer in curative treatment.Patients can receive palliative care, along with care from your physician, during your entire course of treatment—from the time an illness is diagnosed through the final stages of the disease. Don’t wait until you and your family are feeling exhausted by the strain of managing your illness. With Delaware Palliative you’ll have a dedicated team, including a certified nurse practitioner and a social worker to support you. Our holistic approach considers your medical, physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. ou need help figuring out the best s office is

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Medicaid certified. ecipient of Federal financial assistance, DelawaInc. does not exclude, deny benefits to, or otherwise discriminate the services and benefits under any of its pSpecialized in-home support during your treatmentPalliative care serves as an extra layer of in-home support when medically appropriate for people diagnosed with a serious illness. Palliative care focuses on managing your symptoms and improving your quality of life while you continue to pursue treatment options with your own doctors. Get help at any stage of serious illness You can benefit from palliative care at every stage of serious illness. And in-home support benefits people of all ages, from children to seniors. Palliative care can be especially helpful to people diagnosed with cancer, congestive heart failure, COPD, ALS, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, or kidney failure. Call 302.478.5707 to learn more about Delaware Palliative.Serving the entire state of Delaware and southern Chester and Delaware counties in Pennsylvania.Supportive CareDuring Your TreatmentMedicaid certified. ecipient of Federal financial assistance, DelawaInc. does not exclude, deny benefits to, or otherwise discriminate the services and benefits under any of its pou can benefit fin-home support benefits people of all Live life to the fullest while receiving treatment for a serious illness.The onset of a serious illness impacts a family’s quality of life in so many ways. Individuals and their caregivers must deal with debilitating symptoms, travel to specialists and labs, comprehend new medical jargon, and make difficult decisions about treatment options. Meanwhile, the fears and anxieties that come with a serious illness can become overwhelming. We’re here to helpDelaware Palliative’s compassionate team works side by side with your physician to control the symptoms of your disease, reduce your anxiety, and ensure that you get the best care possible. New Castle County630 Churchmans Road, Suite 200Newark, DE 19702302-478-5707Kent County555 E. Loockerman Street, Suite 200Dover, DE 19901302-678-4444Sussex CountyDelaware Hospice Center100 Patriots WayMilford, DE 19963302-856-7717Pennsylvania1786 Wilmington-West Chester PikeSuite 200A, Glen Mills, PA 19342484-259-0017302-478-5707 | delawarepalliative.orgDelaware Hospice is accredited by the Joint Commission and provides care throughout Delaware and southern Chester and Delaware Counties in Pennsylvania. It is state licensed, Medicare/Medicaid certified. As a recipient of Federal financial assistance, Delaware Hospice, Inc. does not exclude, deny benefits to, or otherwise discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, sex, or age in admission to, participation in, or receipt of the services and benefits under any of its programs and activities, whether carried out by Delaware Hospice directly or through a contractor or any other entity with which Delaware Hospice arranges to carry out its programs and activities.ATENCIÓN: si habla español, tiene a su disposición servicios gratuitos de asistencia lingüística. Llame al 302-478-5707.302-478-5707 TTY: 711©2023 Delaware Hospice, Inc.Tax ID# 51-0258883ou can benefit fin-home support benefits people of all