Considering caring for
your loved one in your home?
Being a caregiver for your loved one is one of the most challenging and most rewarding tasks you will ever do.
Hospice of North Idaho can support you as you take on the role of caregiver.
You will have access to 24-hour clinical staff to answer your questions, make in-home visits, and provide comfort care alongside you.
FREE, ADVANCE DIRECTIVES
The best gift you can give to your family is peace of mind. Idaho Advance Directives guide your care if you are not able to make decisions for yourself.
Access free documents here: http://www.sos.idaho.gov/hcdr/index.html. Next, talk to your doctor about your medical wishes, and obtain a POST.
From the first visit, Hospice of North Idaho teaches caregivers best practices for providing confident care from home. Nurses, aides, and social workers make regularly scheduled visits to support the patient, caregiver, and family. Learn about what volunteers can do, here!
Choose comfort. Choose quality.
Choose the community’s trusted Hospice since 1981.
NHPCO on Caregiving : New to caregiving? Find answers to your basic questions, here. Call Hospice to talk about the comprehensive support caregivers receive as we journey together.
Grief.com Because love never dies
E-Copy of the Living Will and Power of Attorney for Health Care, “Advance Directives”
End of Life Parables, a YouTube video series: Creative and helpful representations describing the hard concepts in hospice and palliative care for families and care providers.
Being Mortal, PBS Frontline documentary
See how one family talked about end-of-life planning and what this conversation generated