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    The goal of our Palliative Care Program is to maintain comfort at home, control symptoms, and limit or prevent hospitalization.​

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      Palliative Care at Home in Los Angeles

      Palliative Care Services in Thousand Oaks, Los Angeles, Glendale and the surrounding areas.


      Our Palliative Care Program is to maintain comfort at home, control symptoms, and limit or prevent hospitalization. Our team of multidisciplinary professionals is designed to support the many needs of those living with chronic illnesses. Quality of life is our mission and individualized care is our promise. Palliative care at home, also referred to as comfort care, can provide these care services in the privacy and comfort of home.

      Seeing a loved one suffer from a long-term illness with no hope of recovery is hard. While treatment is still necessary, the focus turns to comfort and, more specifically, pain management. Palliative care aims to relieve the patient’s symptoms and reduce suffering by focusing on any aspects of their mental or physical well-being.

      What Is Palliative Care?

      This is a subset of comprehensive palliative medicine that focuses on managing symptoms and less on the underlying cause. In other words, it is more of a symptom relief tool than a cure, at least in most cases. That said, there are also cases where treatment options are not possible, as well as situations where there is a risk that their condition could deteriorate and cause their suffering even further. In those cases, this program aims to relieve pain and alleviate suffering by offering symptom relief and counseling. The goal is to manage symptoms while keeping patients comfortable.

      Who Should Choose Palliative Care Services?

      Anyone with a serious condition or terminal illness is a candidate for our Palliative Care services. For example, if you are suffering from a chronic disease like advanced cancer, you may have already been told that you will eventually succumb to the disease regardless of treatment. In these situations, there are additional options available.

      Where Can I Receive Palliative Care Services?

      With us, you can receive Palliative Care in the comfort of your own home. Our highly trained medical professionals and staff have the experience and compassionate nature to guide you through in-home care and ensure the most achievable level of comfort for you or your loved one. We aim to make the experience as effortless as possible for you and your loved ones with in-home care.

      How Does Palliative Care Work?

      Symptom management and emotional support is the top priority. While a patient’s final goal is to live as long and happy a life as possible, many things can be done daily to improve their quality of life. For example, many patients may struggle with severe nausea and vomiting that is constant and severe. Medication to control these symptoms can be beneficial.

      What is the Difference Between Hospice and Palliative Care?

      Palliative care offers a more limited set of services by a team that works in collaboration with other community medical providers and therefore does not have full control over their patients’ care. In contrast, the hospice benefit allows for a more expansive set of services and hospice teams assume full authority over a patient’s care.

      Generation Care coordinates palliative care at home. Professional and compassionate, the Generation Care team will coordinate palliative care home nurses to help you enhance you or your loved ones comfort level and improve their quality of life. For more information on our Palliative Care services in Thousand Oaks, Los Angeles and the surrounding areas, please contact Generation Care today at (805) 496-0044.

      There are a few ways to differentiate between the two. For example, hospice programs aid people with a terminal illnesses, while this program focuses on managing symptoms or improving quality of life. Also, there are many cases where a patient may not want to end up in a hospital or hospice facility so they can seek comfort and support from their immediate family and friends. Hospice will be working closely with the patient and close family members. In contrast, palliative care services focus more on their staff of doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals working closely with the patient and their caregivers at home.

      1. Alleviates suffering

      It aims to alleviate suffering by ensuring that patients receive as little pain and stress as possible. In other words, it also eliminates pain and discomfort and makes sure that patients are mentally comfortable and have a positive outlook despite their illness.

      2. Reduces the length of time spent in the hospital

      Many care programs focus on allowing patients to remain at home for as long as possible. Sometimes, even when a patient is at the end of their life with virtually no chance of survival, they may be able to remain home and avoid spending hours on end in a sterile treatment facility where there are no family members.

      3. Improves quality of life

      In some cases, it can help improve a patient’s quality of life, whether that means continuing to lead an active and healthy lifestyle rather than being confined to a hospital bed. Some patients may be able to continue socializing, eating, and even working despite their illness.

      4. Improves interactions between caregivers and patients

      When a patient is enrolled in this program, the medical staff will be able to communicate and plan for the patient’s needs. This allows the caregivers to spend more time with the patient and support them, which can be more effective than if the caregiver handles everything independently.

      5. Ease fear, anxiety, and stress

      Many patients feel better about their illness when enrolled in this program because they get help from medical professionals who always have their interests in mind. This can help reduce stress and anxiety, which may be associated with a serious illness and make the patient’s last days more peaceful, comfortable, and relaxed.

      In conclusion, palliative care is an excellent service for many people with an incurable illness because it provides them with the help and support they need to stay comfortable. This can help make your loved ones days more peaceful, comfortable, and relaxing. We offer the highest quality of care for those in need of Palliative Care services and aim to make this experience as enjoyable as possible for those who need it.

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      Generation Care became more than a hospice service for me and my mom.  As mom’s caregiver, they were my anchor, my extended family. Mom had Alzheimer’s and was a patient for 11 1/2 months.  Everyone who cared for her was kind, professional, and always treated her with dignity and respect.  They were there for me too. At the end of mom’s journey, I had many questions and concerns about the end of life. They supported and guided me through this difficult process. I am forever grateful to these wonderful people and I highly recommend this hospice service for your loved one.

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