Out Reach Ministry:
"WE GO FORTH INTO THE WORLD TO SHINE THE LIGHT OF THE WORD OF GOD, AND TO LIFT UP THE MIGHTY NAME OF JESUS.
- YOUNG PEOPLE MINISTRIES
- SINGLES MINISTRIES
- MARRIED COUPLES MINISTRIES
- Childrens' Ministry
- HOME BIBLE STUDY
- WEB PAGE / FORUM COMMITTEE
- MISSIONARY ( COUNTRY )
- CHAPLAINS / CLERGY ( JAILS & PRISONS )
- Hospice Care *
- EVANGELISTIC TEAM
- TRANSPORTATION MINISTRIES
- PUBLICATIONS MINISTRIES
- DOOR-TO-DOOR MINISTRIES / OUTREACH
- STREET MINISTRIES / OUTREACH
- HOSPITAL / NURSING HOME MINISTRIES
- BIBLE STUDIES
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*= Hospice care, also called palliative care, is a special kind of care for people facing life-limiting (terminal) illness. Hospice and palliative care follow the belief that a person has the right to live life pain-free and with dignity. Hospice helps to provide families with the support they need during this time.
Hospice focuses on caring, not curing. In most cases, care is provided in the person's home. Hospice care is also provided in hospice centers, hospitals, and other long-term care facilities.
Hospice usually offers a team approach to home health care that
•Emotional and spiritual support
A hospice team usually includes:
•Your child’s health care provider
•Hospice physician (or medical director)
•Home health aides
•Clergy or other counselors
•Speech, physical, and occupational therapists, if needed
Members of the hospice team make regular visits to assess and provide care. Hospice staff is on-call 24 hours a day, seven days a week.