Homeland at Home, a community outreach program of Homeland Center, provides a full continuum of services to care for patients and to support families as their needs change.
Homeland at Home’s palliative care services improve quality of life by preventing and treating pain associated with serious illness.
Palliative care provides patients and families with a collaborative approach to anticipating and managing symptoms and pain related to serious illness. Homeland at Home’s interdisciplinary palliative care team addresses physical, intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual needs.
Is Palliative Care the Same as Hospice Care?
No. Hospice care is appropriate for individuals who have a life-limiting illness. Palliative care is available concurrently with hospice care or may be provided in conjunction with curative or life-prolonging care.
Palliative care is covered by Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurance plans providing that eligibility requirements are met.