Frequently Asked Questions
For families struggling with serious illness, hospice care means that you are never alone. If you do not see the information you need here, you can call us with any question, 24 hours a day at 844.422.3648.
- What is hospice in the home?
- What is a palliative care doctor?
- What is the difference between palliative care and hospice care?
- Who pays for hospice?
- How does hospice work with my insurance?
- Who can receive hospice care?
- Does a Hospice patient need to be "homebound?"
- Can hospice patient who shows signs recovery be returned regular medical treatment?
- How can I live without my partner? I can't go on.
- It is has been years since my loved one's death. Why don't I feel better?
- My counselor seemed to help in the beginning but now it feels like a waste of time. I still feel like I'm down, so should I quit therapy?
- My best friend, who was there for me before my beloved died, no longer talks to me or avoids me. Why can't my friend support me?
- My doctor or therapist wants me to take medication and I don't want to. What should I tell them?
- I made financial commitments after my loved one's funeral and now I'm having second thoughts. I don't want to disappoint anyone. How can I get out of this?
- My in-laws aren't nice to me. I'm grieving and they rarely reach out to me. When they do, it is because they want something. I can't take it. Why do they act like this?
- I made mistakes that are linked to my grief. I wasn't in my right mind. How do I take corrective action?
- I feel all alone. Even in my support group, I feel like no one understands me. Will anyone ever understand me?