Tell Us Your Story

Care partners at Hospice of Dayton and Hospice of Butler & Warren Counties go above and beyond to invest in each patient and consider his or her time with us to be a celebration of life. It’s our goal to help you cement your loved one’s legacy by embracing his or her life story and presenting it to others. Please, share your loved one’s life story with us today. We believe that illustrating life’s stories provides peace of mind for families while strengthening our community.  Contact 937-256-4490 ext. 4409 or fill out the form below to share your story today.

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Professional Caregivers

Physicians
Patients continue to receive care from their primary physician, while partnering with our patient-focused Hospice specialists for consultation and collaboration. Our physicians work with the primary physician or specialist to develop a superior plan for patient care

Nurses
Nursing support is provided to each patient, with the assigned nurse reporting any changes to the primary physician and offering education to family caregivers on how to personalize patient care. In hospitals, assisted living facilities or nursing home setting, hospice nurses supplement the care provided by the facility staff to ensure comfort

Social Worker
A social worker acts as a counselor to patients and families, helping with financial, health insurance or legal questions, as well as with emotional and spiritual issues.

Personal Care Specialist
Home health aides assist with personal care and other activities of daily living. Aide support is available up to seven days a week depending on the individual patient’s needs. Nursing home patients benefit from home health aide support that supplements the personal care provided by the nursing home staff.

Chaplain
A Hospice spiritual caregiver can offer support by enhancing patient and family spirituality through deeper connection with a faith community, a spiritual support group, or personal inner life force.

Grief and Family Counselor
Counselors are available to provide support by talking with patients or family members about concerns or fears. Hospice counselors and volunteers continue to offer support to family members for up to 13 months following the loss of a loved one.

Volunteers
Hospice volunteers are passionate about helping people and doing more for their community in a variety of ways. Some of our volunteers run errands for patients and caregivers; some provide transportation to medical appointments or provide caregiver relief. All of our volunteers receive specialized training from Hospice of Dayton® and Hospice of Butler & Warren Counties. Each and every Hospice volunteer is committed to going above and beyond to help us provide superior patient care.

Therapists
Physical, occupational, respiratory, music, pet, and massage therapists are available. A nutritionist is also available for consultation.

Pharmacist
Our Hospice pharmacist reviews medication records and collaborates with other hospice caregivers to ensure all patient medications are compatible and appropriate.
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