How We Serve
In keeping with the tradition of Homeland Center’s mission of meeting community needs, Homeland’s services expanded into the community by establishing Homeland Hospice, HomeCare and HomeHealth, assuring a continuum of care if and when needed.
The entire staff of Homeland Hospice is committed to a model of care focused on providing comfort, relieving pain and offering support—including spiritual and bereavement counseling—for persons with life-limiting health conditions and their families. Hospice is not a “place.” Care is provided in whatever setting a person calls home.
Homeland Hospice serves people of all ages, with various medical conditions, including:
- A team especially trained in Pediatric Hospice Care to meet the special needs of our youngest patients and their families
- In-Home Relief for Hospice Caregivers
- Spiritual Counseling
HomeHealth is a physician ordered plan of care provided at home. This plan is monitored and implemented by a Homeland team of medical professionals including nurses, social workers, physical/occupational/speech therapists, and Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs).
HomeCare is a non-medical model emphasizing companionship. Homeland’s staff will assist the individual with daily tasks like preparing meals, running errands, medication reminders and transportation to doctor visits.