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Hospice in Arizona

One of the top Arizona hospice providers, Aleca Hospice works holistically with each patient and family. We support their physical, spiritual, and emotional needs in accordance with a physician-driven plan of care, allowing you or your loved one to have more control over the way their final months of life are spent. Aleca Hospice gives you the freedom to pursue activities of your choosing rather than spending your time in doctor’s offices or the hospital.

At Aleca Hospice, we recognize that our loved ones all have uniquely different needs. As such, for each patient, we provide a comprehensive and compassionate range of services that can help those with cardiac disease, COPD, cancer, dementia, strokes, Parkinson’s disease, and other conditions. We utilize an interdisciplinary approach to ensure our patients receive end-of-life services that are parallel to the patient’s and family’s wishes, and these can be provided wherever you call home.

Aleca Hospice in Arizona is available throughout Maricopa County, including Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Chandler, Tempe, Sun City, Surprise, Gilbert, Glendale, and Apache Junction. Our collaborative team offers a wide range of specialties and expertise. We can also assist with healthcare coverage, helping you maximize insurance benefits and coordinate home care when needed.

Why Choose Aleca for Hospice Care in Arizona

For years, Aleca hospice care in Arizona has been recognized as a leader in end-of-life care at home. Our mission is to provide patient-centered care that empowers both patients and their families to make the most of each end-of-life journey. Staffed with experienced professionals and supported by dedicated volunteers, we create a unique approach tailored to the needs of each patient.  

Aleca hospice care takes place in your place of residence throughout Arizona, including Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, and Tempe. Led by an attending physician, medical director, and nurse case manager, our team creates solutions tailored to the needs of each patient.

At Aleca Hospice, we recognize the significance of each precious, end-of-life journey, and we go above and beyond to provide an empowering hospice experience. As a result, our patients and families are able to have hope and get the most out of each day.

Why Choose Aleca Hospice Care in Arizona:

  • Spiritual, emotional, and grief support
  • Respite for family caregivers
  • Care plans are based around patient’s wishes in accordance with diverse religious backgrounds
  • Personal care provided by CNAs and home health aides
  • Medication management and medical equipment
  • Pain and symptom control
  • Emotional and spiritual guidance and support

Does My Insurance Cover Hospice Care in Arizona?

 

The cost of hospice care is fully covered by Medicare and other major health insurance providers. Whether you have Medicare, Medicaid, or other insurance, Aleca hospice will work with them to ensure that you pay as little out of pocket as possible. 

Regarding Medicare coverage, Medicare recipients will pay nothing for hospice care, provided this care is administered by a Medicare-certified hospice. That said, it’s important to remember that hospice care often involves additional services––prescription medications, durable medical equipment, and respite care––that are not fully covered by Medicare.

At Aleca hospice, our team of financial advisors works closely with patients and families to figure out the most effective ways to pay for services. In addition to Medicare, patients may also use private insurance, Medicaid, Medigap, or Medicare Advantage plans to help cover the cost of hospice care. To help you figure out which coverage options might work with your needs, contact our representatives. They can walk you through the process of hospice care coverage for Arizona residents and figure out how it can best work with Aleca hospice services. 

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Arizona Hospice Treatments

Often, families don’t call hospice until the final weeks of their loved one’s life; however, this approach only makes things harder on them and their loved ones. Proactive implementation of hospice care allows patients to receive specialized nursing care, medications, medical equipment, and support related to their loved one’s terminal illness––usually at no cost. 

While the name often scares people, hospice care improves a patient’s quality of life through pain and symptom management. It also provides families with the support––both medical and emotional––to work through an incredibly difficult time.

If your loved one is experiencing any of the following symptoms, you should consider contacting hospice care:

  • Frequent ER visits or readmissions into the hospital
  • An inability to perform tasks of daily living (eating, dressing, walking, and toileting)
  • Frequent falls and inability to get back up
  • Decline in mental acuity
  • Progressive weight loss
  • Infections, skin tears, or other signs of deteriorating health

With Aleca hospice care in Arizona, families receive an additional layer of support for their loved ones, either in their home or care facility. Together, physicians, nurses, social workers, and volunteers will work with families to help honor their loved ones’ end-of-life journeys. When a patient receives hospice care from Aleca, they’ll gain a team of emotional, physical, and spiritual support. This, combined with a dedicated medical care team can help everyone make the most of one’s last living days. 

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Hospice FAQ’S

Is Hospice a place?

Hospice is a service, not a place. Hospice care is provided wherever you reside. In some short-term circumstances for caregiver respite or uncontrolled symptom management Aleca hospice can provide in-patient care in our beautiful short-term nursing and rehabilitation facilities.

Will Hospice hasten my death?

No, hospice provides comfort care that promotes quality of life. Through symptom management patients who receive hospice care report more quality of life and sometimes increased length of life as suffering is relieved. Some patients improve on hospice care and return to other care models.

How will I receive Hospice care?

Hospice goes beyond physical care. When you arrange for hospice services, you have access to a dedicated team that includes a social worker, chaplain and compassionate volunteers. Our interfaith chaplain can provide spiritual guidance, while social workers offer secular counseling and help the patient access community resources. Hospice provides services for the patient and for the family and caregivers supporting the patient.

Does Hospice care require hospitalization?

No, hospice has a goal to keep you out of the hospital. Hospice staff are available 24 hours a day to provide support, answer questions or make a visit for symptom management. Hospice care offers more flexibility in where patients spend their remaining time. With more options, you can choose to spend as much time as possible in a soothing place, surrounded by our caring staff and your loved ones.

What about my family?

Many patients in the final stages of life are concerned about how their friends and family members are coping. Our social workers and chaplain are here to help your loved ones through this difficult time. Volunteers may be provided to help relieve family members who are caring for their loved ones at home. Hospice also provides continued bereavement support for 13 months after a loved one passes away to anyone that may be in need.

What is the cost for Hospice care?

Medicare, Medicaid, the Department of Veterans Affairs and private insurance typically pay for hospice care. While each hospice program has its own policy regarding payment for care, services are often offered based on need rather than the ability to pay. Aleca is an approved Medicare provider. If you have Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance) and meet the Medicare conditions, you pay nothing for hospice care.

Looking for Opportunities to Volunteer?

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Volunteering for Hospice Care is one of the most rewarding experiences you will encounter.

Each day of life is truly a gift; it is a unique experience for our patients as they journey down their final pathway.

Whether you provide direct patient support, administrative support or use creative talents to enhance Hospice patients’ lives, you will experience the richness of giving.

Testimonials

Hospice team is amazing and extremely helpful. They provide education to their patients and make sure their patient’s discharge safely. They make sure all their patients are well taken care of. Jenn and Lisa are very efficient and are amazing with their patients. Thank you guys for all you guys do.

Anahi Cruz

My 93 yr. old mother was fortunate to have Kade R. Come to our home and work with her. He listened to her and really worked with strengthening and giving her tools to help rehab her broken femur. We couldn’t have found a better fit for her recovery. Thank you Kade.

Kelly Dugan

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