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Alaska Hospice Care Resources

Read about the hospice resources you can access in Alaska.

Alaska - Hospice

End-of-life care planning is a difficult and often emotional process for families and individuals. Being properly informed eases the stress of this difficult time.

Hospice Care

When caring for an aging loved one becomes a round-the-clock necessity, and end-of-life care is needed, Hospice care is a great option for families. Live-in nurses and 24-hour medical staff help individuals remain comfortable in a soothing environment, allowing the final days of life to be about quality rather than quantity. Hospice prioritizes the patient and the family, and enables patients to make their own choices with the support and assistance of caregivers. This type of care typically takes place in a person's home, a nursing home, or assisted living community.

Alaska End of Life Care

Alaska's Commission on Aging has an abundance of resources for seniors on a range of topics, from guides for choosing long term care to information about public services for seniors and people with disabilities. If you're not sure where to begin your research, Care.com provides a unique service in Senior Care Counselors, who will work with you to help create an individualized care plan based on your family's needs.

More Resources

Senior Care Guide: Care.com's comprehensive guide to senior care that helps readers understand senior care options by describing each option in detail and answering frequently asked questions.

For more information on senior healthcare, visit our Articles and Resources page.

To search for senior care in Alaska, click on the links below.


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