BrightStar Care® of Central DuPage-Wheaton provides supplemental caregivers for hospice care. We work to provide team-oriented care in conjunction with the family and primary hospice provider to people with a life-limiting illness or injury. We help administer expert medical care, pain management, emotional and spiritual support to a person at end of life, as well as support to their loved ones.
When family caregivers can't be with their ill loved one due to work, distance, or simply because they are exhausted and need a break, families need to know that they have options. A supplemental caregiver or nurse from BrightStar Care can give families solace in knowing that their loved ones are being cared for, even when members of the family are not able to be there.
Often a family member chooses to be in the supportive role to their loved one by leaving the caregiving role to BrightStar Care.
What aspects does a hospice assistance caregiver help with?
What is Hospice Care and when it is an option?
Hospice care is a team-oriented approach for people with a life-limiting illness or injury.
It provides expert medical care, pain management, emotional and spiritual support to a person at end of life, as well as support to their loved ones.
Many people using hospice care have a cancer diagnosis. Sometimes people with diagnoses such as end-stage Alzheimer's disease, heart disease, lung disease, and a host of other diagnoses also receive hospice care.
Make BrightStar Care part of the Hospice Care Team for your loved one
For more information on hiring an hourly or live-in supplemental caregiver or nurse for hospice care, please contact BrightStar Care of Central DuPage-Wheaton at 630-260-5300 today.
We serve central DuPage County, including: Wheaton, Glen Ellyn, Winfield, Warrenville, Wayne, Carol Stream, West Chicago, Addison, Itasca, Medinah, Bloomingdale, Lombard, Glendale Heights, Wood Dale, and Bartlett.