Stay At Home with Compassionate Care

Main | 1137 Lyons Rd Dayton, OH 45458  |  (937) 528-1962  |  North Dayton: ​(937) 203-8366  |

Mason/West Chester | 991 Reading Rd #3, Mason, OH, 45040  |  (513) 273-7056  |

Stay At Home with Compassionate Care

Main | 1137 Lyons Rd Dayton, OH 45458  |  (937) 528-1962  |  North Dayton: ​(937) 203-8366  |

Mason/West Chester | 991 Reading Rd #3, Mason, OH, 45040  |  (513) 273-7056  |

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(937) 528-1962

When Palliative Care Is the Care of Choice

Elder home health care is changing again. Your parent’s generation is living longer and is demanding theirpalliative care independence or opinion on their lifestyle. However, modern medicine is extending your parents’ lives, as well as yours, despite the chronic illness that may require palliative care. This focuses on providing your mom or dad relief from the symptoms of their chronic pain causes. The goal is to improve the quality of life for your loved one as well as those involved in their life.

Individuals like your parent are choosing to remain in their homes and obtain palliative care at home here in the Dayton, OH area. This type of care may be provided by family members, friends, or paid caregivers depending on the extent of care needed. Studies indicate that most seniors prefer to remain in their homes or live in an apartment with this care versus moving to a nursing facility. Family members note that care provided in the home encourages mom or dad to enjoy their pain-free episodes. Being at home in their environment is comforting. Not only will your mother or father receive medical care but a whole spectrum of holistic services including counseling. This kind of care is not necessarily for the dying; your parent may be suffering from chronic ills that only a combination of care, medication and counseling will minimize.

Did you know it’s possible for your loved one to move in and out of palliative care? Another reason for your parent to remain at home may be that the care your mom or dad may receive provides recovery. Even if this is for a short period to enhance their life that they may not need care they can move out of this care. However, when improvement is not possible, palliative care may lead to hospice. Hospice is similar, however, now your mother or father will be kept comfortable until the end of life. Both forms of care are designed to respect the dignity of your parent and their choices.


Main Office | 1137 Lyons Rd Dayton, OH 45458

PH: (937) 528-1962 | FAX: 888-742-1146 | ContactUs@GoldenHeartOhio.com

Mason Office | 991 Reading Rd., #3, Mason, OH 45040-1360

PH: (513) 273-7056 | ContactUs@GoldenHeartOhio.com

Golden Heart Home Care of Dayton, OH and Mason, OH provides in home care and senior care to the following cities: Beavercreek, Bellbrook, Brookville, Centerville, Clayton, Dayton, Eaton, Englewood, Enon, Farmersville, Franklin, Germantown, Huber Heights, Kettering, Lebanon, Lewisburg, Mason, Miami Township, Miamisburg, Middletown, Monroe, Moraine, New Carlisle, Oakwood, Riverside, Springboro, Springfield, Sugarcreek Township, Sugarcreek, Tipp City, Troy, Union, Vandalia, Washington Township, Waynesville, West Carrollton, West Chester, West Milton, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Xenia, & Yellow Springs, Ohio