When Is The Right Time?

A common question asked by those considering hospice care.

A growing number of caregivers are finding the correct answer to this question to be:

As Early As Possible

Special needs are best handled by specialists. According to thNational Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, each of us has the right to die pain-free and with dignity. Solace Hospice professionals specialize in end-of-life careened should should be called  upon during the first stages of a terminal illness to ensure the patient and their family members can benefit from all the services hospice has to offer.

Anyone, whether it is a family member, a friend, a member of the clergy, or a physician, can refer someone to hospice. Most patients are referred by a health care professional, but a call to Solace Hospice can begin the referral process as well. 

Once you contact Solace Hospice, a representative will schedule a time with you to come to your home and provide you with a consultation. Usually, hospice services can be initiated at that time if you choose to proceed with hospice care 

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This Difficult Time For You and Your Family

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Vidalia, GA 30474

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For additional information or to request a Solace consultation, please call us at

(912)454-8166

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