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What is Supportive Care

A specialized program to assist you in preventing and managing the symptoms related to your illness, and helping you and your family discover what is most important to you and help to make it happen.

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How Can Supportive Care Help

Provides the care and comfort needed to manage symptoms such as shortness of breath, anxiety, pain, difficulty sleeping, swelling, nausea, and depression.

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Get Help Now

Contact us today to speak with our supportive care team to learn how we can help.

click here

What is Supportive Care

A specialized program to assist you in preventing and managing the symptoms related to your illness, and helping you and your family discover what is most important to you and help to make it happen.

Click here

How Can Supportive Care Help

Provides the care and comfort needed to manage symptoms such as shortness of breath, anxiety, pain, difficulty sleeping, swelling, nausea, and depression.

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Better quality of life for you and your family…

Supportive Care is a specialized program to assist you in preventing and managing the symptoms related to your illness. Supportive Care will help you and your family discover what is most important to you and help to make it happen.

We will:

  • Visit you at your home to help avoid emergency room visits and hospital admissions.
  • Enable you to participate as much as possible in daily activities.
  • Help you know what to expect, and help you know what to do when something unexpected happens.
  • Help you make medical decisions now and for your future.

Supportive Care is for people who:

  • Have been told by their doctor that they have a serious illness.
  • Have a limited life expectancy.
  • Are not ready and may not qualify for hospice care.
  • Have been hospitalized due to serious illness.

What services does Supportive Care provide?

  • Help with managing symptoms such as shortness of breath, anxiety, pain, difficulty sleeping, swelling, nausea, and depression
  • Telephone nurse available 24 hours a day
  • Help with managing medications
  • Help with locating community resources
  • Education about your illness and treatment choices
  • Emotional and spiritual support
  • Help with medical decision-making

Who provides Supportive Care?

Professional staff are available and may include nurses, social workers, and chaplains. Supportive Care staff work with your doctors to ensure that you receive the best care possible.

How is Supportive Care paid for?

There is a cost for Supportive Care services; however, you may qualify for Medicare coverage or be eligible for financial assistance. We will help you determine program cost and if you qualify for assistance.

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For more information, please call (717) 391-2421 or (844) 422-4031. 

"We had supportive care for seven months and they were amazing and made me feel more relaxed. We transitioned to Hospice and they made that transition easy for us. I will always highly recommend Hospice & Community Care to everyone."

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"The staff and nurses that cared for my mother were generous and kind. They alleviated her fears and were very nurturing. We couldn't have continued to take care of her at home, as she wanted their support and care. We greatly appreciate all they did for her."

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"My husband had three teams: Supportive, Home Hospice and Inpatient care. All teams were caring, supportive and amazing. The 24-hour phone line was so helpful for a person like me with no medical background. I have no words to express how grateful I am for the care my husband received."

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