The challenges of caring for a loved one with a chronic or life-limiting illness can be stressful and overwhelming, and there may be times when you feel alone and uncertain.
As trusted experts in hospice and palliative care, HPCIC is dedicated to ensuring that you have access to the information you need to help your loved one enjoy the best quality of life for as long as possible. Our online resource library offers articles, links and forms to address the questions and concerns you face each day as a caregiver.
If you need additional support, Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell County is here to help you and your loved one with a full range of services to meet your physical, emotional and spiritual needs. Simply call the HPCIC office nearest you, or send a request via our contact form.
You're an important part of your loved one's health care team, so don't hesitate to ask questions and share your concerns.
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How to find hope amid the challenges of providing care for a loved one during life’s final stages.
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Help your loved one get the right type of comfort care for their needs.
How to begin the dialogue with your loved one about hospice and advance care planning
A short concise booklet regarding the dying experience.
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