Trio Hospice is here to offer a wide range of health care services that can be given in your home for an illness or disease.
Trio Hospice Services
Our hospice team builds and structures each person’s care services according to the needs and wishes communicated by each patient and their family/caregivers. Our care encircles the needs of patients and families as a whole. The services listed below are offered to our patients 24 hours a day.
Our Registered Nurses are specialized in pain and symptom management. The nurse works to monitor your symptoms and medication along with helping to educate and support the patient and family about treatment and care at bedside.
Our medical director and attending physician direct and approve the plan of care with the hospice team.
Certified Nursing Aides
Our Certified Nursing Aides work with the patient to provide direct personal care such as bathing, shaving, grooming and overall personal hygiene needs.
Our licensed social workers counsel and advise our patients and family members. They will also act as your community advocate, making sure you have access to the resources you need.
Spiritual Support and Counseling
Our Chaplain is available to visit you and provide emotional and spiritual support to patient, family and caregivers as needed or requested.
Trained Volunteer Support
Provide companionship, assistance and support.
Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapies
These hospice specialists can help you develop new ways to safely perform tasks that may have become more difficult due to illness.
This counseling and support is offered to the the family members and significant others throughout the patient's illness and for at least a year following the death of the loved one.
Nursing care and consultation are available to patient and family 24 hours a day.
How is Hospice Paid For?
Trio Hospice bills Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurances for hospice care. The hospice benefit usually covers 100% of the hospice care services. These include medications, supplies and equipment related to the hospice diagnosis.
If a person does not have coverage through Medicare, Medicaid or a private insurance company, hospice will work with the person and their family to ensure needed services can be provided.