At Cedar Valley Hospice, we understand that being a caregiver for a loved one with an advanced-stage illness is not easy. Cedar Valley Hospice offers respite services, grief support and volunteer support for caregivers needing assistance.
Respite care from Cedar Valley Hospice is available at the Hospice Home and all contracted hospitals as short-term stays of three to five days. This is available to offer caregivers a temporary break.
Cedar Valley Hospice offers grief support services for anyone in the community grieving the death of a loved one and have many different support groups to attend.
Volunteers from Cedar Valley Hospice are available to help caregivers and patients in a variety of ways:
- Run errands (pharmacy, post office, etc.)
- Grocery shopping
- Temporarily relieve the caregiver from their duties
- Offer companionship
If you or someone you know could benefit from help with their caregiving responsibilities, contact Cedar Valley Hospice today to learn how we can help.