Hospice & Palliative CareCare is focused on emotional well-being, comfort, and pain management and patient needs 24-hours.
This level of care is for those seeking end of life care when treatment is no longer possible or desired. Care is focused on emotional well-being, comfort, and pain management. Inpatient hospice program is usually selected when the patient needs 24-hour nursing care or is already in a nursing home. For example, your loved one may have symptoms such as unrelieved pain, severe nausea or other ailments that require around-the-clock care.
At Williston Care Center, we have:
Skilled Nursing Available 24/7 to Administer Medications, Implement Treatments and Give the Emotional Care Patients and their Families Need
All Necessary Medications, Personal Care Supplies, and Equipment
Available therapy services
Housekeeping and Daily Living Tasks
Our facility is partnered with various Medicare Certified Hospice Programs and can also deliver facility-directed Palliative Care. At Williston Care Center, we provide the necessary care to provide your loved ones’ comfort and alleviate any symptoms they may have due to chronic conditions.
Manage Pain and Symptoms
Nursing Care for Nausea and Other Body Ailments
Provide Emotional Support to Patients
Give Family Options in Enhancing the Quality of Life
Williston Care Center
Respite Care is for patients needing a short stay due to a caregiver needing temporary relief for an emergency or vacation. We understand the stress families go through when providing care for a loved one. We would love the opportunity to show you more about Williston Care Center to learn how you can give yourself the break in order to take care of yourself or family.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I go through rehabilitation at a nursing home?
We have the full rehabilitation set-up including equipment, certified therapists, and a great location. Just like we provide a comprehensive home-like atmosphere for our residents, we do the same for our short-term rehabilitation patients. You will get the great dining, relaxing grounds and courtyards, and 24-hour medical access along with everything else you need for your rehabilitation. Complete rehabilitation requires your therapy sessions as well as relaxing downtime in order to heal.
How is a nursing home different from a hospital?
Nursing homes in the past used to be stark, institutional places that were cold and lonely. We cannot stress enough how much nursing homes have changed.
- Our centers are designed to provide the home-like atmosphere you want for your loved one while still providing any medical care they need.
- We provide social activities for mind and body well-being, companionship, and socialization.
- Our dining services are specialized and provided in a posh and comforting dining room.
- We do not restrict visiting except in certain health crisis situations.
- We have rehabilitation services for extended care and comfort.
- Residents can bring personal items with them.
- We celebrate holidays, birthdays and promote a sense of community.