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    Hospice at Home
    Professional, compassionate medical and comfort care in your own home
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    Casey House
    A warm, home-like facility for hospice patients.
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    Grief & Loss
    Montgomery Hospice helps families and community members with grief and loss.
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    Montgomery Kids
    Compassionate care for children, infants through young adults, who have a life-limiting illness.
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As members of the community, we share the indignation and anger of our country over the systemic and institutional racism that has pervaded our society for many years. Disparities have impacted our communities of color in an unreasonable manner. As business leaders and employers, we share the responsibility to drive the change we want to see in our society – the change our communities deserve to live in.
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Understanding Hospice

Hospice care focuses on medical and personal comfort for people of any age with an advanced illness in the last months or days of life.

Call Montgomery Hospice anytime to learn about hospice care. A patient can be admitted to hospice when the patient chooses hospice.

Montgomery Hospice is an independent nonprofit organization that has been providing hospice care to Montgomery County since 1981.

Services

Hospice at Home

Professional, compassionate medical and comfort care in homes. Learn More

Casey House

A warm, home-like facility for hospice patients. Learn More

Grief

Montgomery Hospice helps families and community members with grief and loss. Learn More

Montgomery Kids

Compassionate care for children, infants through young adults, who have a life-limiting illness. Learn More

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A Montgomery Hospice Story

Mom had been staying in a nursing home. Because of difficulties with her breathing, she was hospitalized. When the doctor said it was probably time for hospice care for Mom, she suggested Casey House as a way to help manage her symptoms. I talked to the Montgomery Hospice social worker at the hospital who provided information and literature about the excellent care at Montgomery Hospice and Casey House.  Once I made the decision, I immediately felt a sense of calm and support. The transition to Casey House went very quickly and smoothly.

Bettie
 

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