Expert care, symptom management and personalized support for end-of-life comfort.
“I always felt like we were the priority, from the intake to my wife’s passing.”– Robert, Niagara Falls
The goal of hospice care is to help you live in comfort and with dignity, surrounded by the warm and supportive presence of loved ones. Hospice treats the person, not the disease and emphasizes quality rather than length of life.
Our professional health care team is specially trained to meet your needs and your family’s needs. Niagara Hospice provides care to individuals with a life expectancy of approximately six months or less regardless of diagnosis, age, sex, race, religion or ability to pay. We’re here for you and will help you live how you decide.
Services are provided in the patient’s or caregiver’s home, in contracted nursing homes, assisted living facilities and adult homes, and in contracted hospitals.
Hospice can help. Call us at (716) 439-4417.
The following is a summary of our services. Click on a service for more detail:
The primary goals of hospice care are to alleviate the patient’s physical pain, provide symptom control, and to support the patient’s caregivers and physician.
Hospice works with the patient and family to help alleviate the emotional stress that can be experienced during this very difficult time.
Spiritual care focuses on the spiritual being, not religious affiliation. Spiritual care visits are available to both patients and families.
Ambulette & Durable Medical Equipment
Niagara Hospice provides ambulette services for hospice patients.The ambulette is owned and operated by Niagara Hospice for the purpose of providing prompt, personalized transport services to our patients. DME services are available for our hospice patients through contracted providers. Patients and families need only call us at (716) 439-4417 to learn more about services and products available.
Pet Peace of Mind
For many in hospice care, a decline in physical condition impacts a patient’s ability to enjoy socializing and maintaining human relationships over time. Pets often fill that relational void as they offer unconditional love, acceptance, comfort and companionship at a time when it’s needed most. Pet Peace of Mind®, a groundbreaking national program, enables hospice patients to keep their pets at home throughout their end of life journey.
The men, women and young adults who volunteer their time, talent and energy for Niagara Hospice are truly unique individuals. Many choose to work with our families because of their own experience with losing a loved one. Others have not yet experienced such a personal loss, but truly want to help those families who are facing the day to day emotional and physical struggle of caring for their loved ones.
The emotional and spiritual components of hospice care can be especially meaningful to veterans who often face issues near the end of life relating to their military experiences. Support is even more crucial for veterans who do not have a strong support network of family and friends.
Niagara Hospice offers massage therapy, music therapy, and pet visits to patients who might benefit from the experience.
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