At Comfort Life Hospice, we take care of every aspect of care
so that you and your loved ones can rest easy.

Services include:

Bereavement Program

Grieving is a natural response to the loss of a loved one, and you don’t have to go through it alone. We are here to support friends and family members throughout the process.

Certified Home Health Aides

Home health aides are certified professionals who help to ensure both physical and emotional assistance in the comfort of your own home.

Continuous Care During Crisis

During brief, but intense periods, our continuous care promises to look after a patient for short-term interventions of acute care. When the situation is over, we return the patient to routine care.


Regardless of the reasoning, we offer counseling services to help patients mend or resolve any issues with their relationships to offer closure and peace.


Grief Support

To offer support through the hard time of losing a loved one, our grief support group is a safe space where our trained team offers compassion, comfort and care for family and friends.


Medical and Simple
Necessary Care Supply

Our hospice teams of registered and licenses nurses will assess the patient’s level of needs and coordinate the set-up of all necessary equipment and medical care to maintain the patient’s well being.



Based on a patient’s diagnosis, our medical team will ensure that all medications are ordered, delivered, and taken at the right time.


Home Care

Our team of registered and licensed nurses ensures that no need is left unnoticed as they provide a patient with the necessary care.


Occupational Therapy

In order to enhance the quality of life in terminal care, occupational therapy is provided with a tailored approach to maximize movement and engage a patient in their regular everyday activities based on their abilities.


Physical Therapy

Our physical therapists will provide a program for each patient to maximize functional ability and provide support around the physical and emotional needs during end of life care.


Physician /Medical Direction

Delivered by doctors who offer palliative care for people who are in their end of life, our physicians work side-by-side with the medical staff and hospice team to care for our patient’s health.


Regular Nurse Visits

Regular checks in by registered and licenses nurses are part of standard hospice care to make sure that a patient is receiving every aspect of care and pain management.


Respite Care

To alleviate a caregiver from their duties, a terminally ill loved one can temporarily check-in to hospice care services, thereby providing a caregiver with the rest they require.


Short-Term In-Patient Care

Depending on necessity, our team can provide acute care during a severe injury or episode that requires a patient to receive extra medical attention for recovery.


Speech Therapy

In cases where communication is limited or difficult, a speech language pathologist offers services to support the patient in decision-making and the ability to communicate their desires.


Symptom and Pain Management

Designed on a case-by-case basis, each patient is provided with a treatment plan to alleviate pain and manage symptoms to achieve the best possible quality of life.