The Hospice medical director and other physicians will manage your care. In most cases, your personal physician will continue to be involved. Your doctor remains in charge, providing the Hospice team with the supervision and physician orders that enable us to respond quickly if new problems occur.
These caregivers help prevent and relieve symptoms. They will also provide caregiving tips, ensure necessary medical supplies and equipment are ordered, and help monitor medications.
These caregivers will visit you to help you obtain needed resources, provide counseling, share healthy coping mechanisms, improve communication among family members, offer bereavement services, and share information about advance directives and funeral planning.
Physical, occupational and speech therapists help develop a plan to maximize your abilities, safety, strength, and comfort. They may provide instructions on adaptive techniques for walking, toileting, bathing, eating, swallowing or communicating.
Home health aides provide services under the supervision of a registered nurse. These experienced aides are carefully chosen and can help with personal care needs, such as bathing, skin care, linen changes and catheter care.
This caregiver provides the Enloe Hospice team with information on medication interactions, side effects and alternative options as necessary.
Our carefully selected volunteers work alongside other caregivers. They can provide a listening ear and are always happy to offer their support. Volunteers can provide services on a regular basis or as needed. They can run errands, offer emotional support, help with bereavement support and more.