How much is it? FREE! For download instructions visit, www.hospice.org/appWho is it for? For Physicians, Referral Sources, Patients & Families, and the CommunityWhat can it do? Physicians, referral sources, and community members can submit referrals, call Hospice of Southern Illinois directly; learn about hospice criteria, general hospice information, and hospice diagnoses, and end-of-life choice; create a slideshow, make donations, and link to social media from the app. The following information reflects a site map once you download the app: Hospice Criteria General Hospice CriteriaDiagnosis General Indicators of Terminal Diagnosis, Cancer, Dementia, Heart Disease, Lung Disease and moreFAQ Example: What does hospice really do? Hospice of Southern Illinois provides specialized care services (patient care including symptom management, emotional support, spiritual support and psychosocial intervention), addressing issues most important to the patients needs and wants at the end of their life focusing on improving the individuals quality of life.How to Start the ConversationConversation Checklist: The app includes a basic checklist to review with your loved one to see if they may be eligible for hospice care."Create a Slideshow Take photos Put photos to music Share to social mediaDonateInformation about Hospice of Southern IllinoisThe mission of Hospice of Southern Illinois is to enhance the quality of life for individuals and their loved ones touched by a terminal illness.Hospice of Southern Illinois is a not-for-profit, free standing, community-based hospice offering Southern Illinois and St. Louis Metro-East communities a range of services for people of all ages at the end of life. We have been providing compassionate care to terminally ill patients and their families in their home or a home-like setting since 1981. Since that time, Hospice of Southern Illinois continues to put patients and familys needs and wants first. Some services, programs, and resources available are listed below:Licensed by the Illinois Department of Public Health.Medicare/Medicaid certified.Not-for-profit, free-standing, community-based.Provides care regardless of ability to pay or age.On-call support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.Staff specially trained in pain and symptom management.Provides hospice care in 27 counties in Southern Illinois.Providing the first and only hospice home in southern Illinois, Relais Bonne Eau.Partner in the We Honor Veterans program.Member of National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO).Promotes Caring Bridge, an online community, for support.Offers pet therapy through Canine Helpers Allow More Possibilities (C.H.A.M.P. Assistance Dogs, Inc.).
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