Blue Ridge Hospice


 

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Are you, or someone you love, living with a terminal illness?

At Blue Ridge Hospice, we know that this is a very difficult time for you as you face the future and contemplate decisions about your care.  You may be feeling like it might be time to consider hospice, but because you may have been fighting your illness for months or even years, considering hospice now may feel like a kind of surrender. Perhaps it will help you to remember that although a cure isn’t possible, there is still much you can control about the kind of life you wish to live.  At Blue Ridge Hospice we can help you:

 

  • Find peace and meaning in each moment.
  • Enrich your relationships.
  • Experience this stage of life in a way that honors who you are and what's important to you.
  • Realize your end-of-life wishes with dignity and compassion.

 

As your focus shifts from a cure to quality of life, our goal is to help ease your burden and enable you to live every day that remains as fully as possible. Our pledge is to respect your wishes, protect your dignity and help you celebrate and complete your life in comfort, surrounded by the people you love.

The sooner you contact us, the more we can help.

Blue Ridge Hospice’s experienced staff understands the unique physical, emotional and spiritual needs of terminally ill people and their families and has the specialized skills to meet them. With a broad range of end-of-life care options, we can provide the compassionate, individualized support you need, no matter your age or type of terminal illness. Our care is provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, wherever you live – at home, in an assisted living or skilled nursing community – or at the Blue Ridge Hospice Inpatient Care Center here in Winchester, Virginia.  

Anyone can make a referral or contact us to learn more about our services, so please don’t hesitate to get in touch for more information about our expert, compassionate support. For thirty years, we have been “brightening life’s journey” and helping terminally ill people and their families find peace, meaning, strength, and comfort.