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Palliative Care

To enhance your quality of life, our True Palliative Care services focus on relieving pain and reducing discomfort for patients and their families. Whether you’re dealing with cancer, heart failure, dementia, or other conditions, our team of highly trained specialists are here for you 24/7.

What is Palliative Care?

Palliative care is medical support for advanced diseases or terminal conditions that can be provided alongside treatment and at any stage of illness. Whether at home or in a facility, the focus remains on alleviating symptoms, pain, and the emotional stress of serious ailments. Ultimately, enhancing quality of life.

When is Palliative Care Needed?
  • Living with a Serious or Life-Limiting Illness:

    If you or a loved one are facing complex illnesses like cancer, heart disease, lung disease, kidney failure, Alzheimer’s, or HIV/AID, our services can ease the physical and emotional weight of each aliment through supportive care measures.

  • Care at Any Illness Stage:

    Palliative care isn’t just for advanced stages of illness. If you’ve recently been diagnosed with a serious illness, our services can support you.

  • Managing Challenging Symptoms:

    If you are experiencing symptoms that impact your overall quality of life, such as pain, breathlessness, fatigue, nausea, or depression. Our services are designed to alleviate these symptoms and improve well-being.

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Coordinating Care at Home and in Facilities

What Are the Benefits of True Palliative Care?

Focused Medical Support

How is True Palliative Care Different?

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Palliative care is specialized medical care focused on providing relief from the symptoms and stress of a serious illness. It is designed to improve quality of life for both the patient and the family and can be provided alongside curative treatments.

No, palliative care is different from hospice care. While both prioritize comfort, palliative care can begin at diagnosis and continue during treatment and beyond, whereas hospice care is reserved for those who are nearing the end of life.

Anyone with a serious illness, regardless of age or stage of illness, can benefit from palliative care. It is particularly helpful for those with illnesses that cause significant discomfort, stress, or life disruption.

Palliative care specifically aims to alleviate symptoms and improve quality of life without focusing on curing the underlying disease. It is a complementary approach that can be provided alongside standard medical care for serious illnesses.

  • Home
  • Assisted living environments
  • Memory care facilities
  • Rehabilitation centers
  • Skilled nursing facilities
Guiding You Every Step of the Way

Does Insurance Cover
True Palliative Care?

At SilverStone Health, we offer a clear pathway through the financial aspects of care, ensuring you have the information and support needed to make confident decisions. Our team is here to help you understand insurance coverages, out-of-pocket expectations, and available assistance programs, ensuring you can access the care you need without the undue stress.

  • Medicare: Medicare can cover many aspects of palliative care. Our team will help you understand and utilize your Medicare benefits to their fullest extent.
  • Medicaid: For eligible individuals, Medicaid offers comprehensive coverage for palliative care services. We guide you through your Medicaid benefits to reduce the financial burden of care.
  • Private Health Insurance: We work with your private health insurance to clarify what palliative care services are covered and handle the necessary paperwork, striving to maximize your benefits and minimize out-of-pocket costs.
  • Veteran Benefits: Veterans may receive palliative care through VA health benefits. Our specialists are experienced in navigating these benefits and will ensure veterans receive all the care and support they are entitled to.
  • Other: For expenses not covered by insurance, we explore alternative options. Our goal is to ensure no one is denied the care they need due to financial limitations.
  • Medicare Coverage: If you’re enrolled in Medicare, it typically covers the costs associated with SilverStone True Palliative Care. This includes services like physician consultations, nursing care, and certain treatments and medications related to your palliative care needs.
  • Medicaid Benefits: For those eligible for Medicaid, this program can provide coverage for our palliative care services. Coverage details can vary based on state regulations, so it’s important to verify your specific benefits and any limitations.
  • Private Insurance Plans: Most private health insurance plans offer coverage for palliative care services at SilverStone True Palliative Care. We recommend checking with your insurance provider to understand the extent of coverage, including any co-pays or deductibles that might apply.

Not sure if we accept your insurance, or do you have questions about coverage, self-pay, etc. Send us a message and we will work to address all your questions and concerns.

In-depth consultations to discuss insurance coverage, including Medicare and Medicaid

Assistance with identifying and applying for financial aid and charitable programs

Transparent information on costs and options for managing out-of-pocket expenses

Your Palliative Care Team

The SilverStone True Palliative Care Team

Our care goes far beyond our visits, we often become “a part of the family” because of our team’s dedication and commitment. Our team of highly-trained specialists work closely together to coordinate a seamless care experience for our patients and their family. You can feel confident knowing your care team is available 24/7—including evenings, weekends, and holidays.

Comfort & Compassion at Every Step

What Services Are Included
With True Palliative Care?

Symptom Control

We provide meticulous management of various symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, breathlessness, constipation, fatigue, insomnia, anxiety, and depression.

Social Work Services

Our social work team addresses the broader spectrum of social, financial, and legal concerns that accompany illness. This includes assistance with advance directives, living wills, and power of attorney.

Medication Management

With a focus on optimizing patient comfort and symptom control, our medication management service involves regular reviews and adjustments of medications.

Advance Care Planning

We guide patients and families through thoughtful discussions about goals of care, end-of-life wishes, and treatment preferences, ensuring values and wishes are understood and respected.

Care Coordination

Our care coordination service ensures that each aspect of a patient’s care is harmonized, reducing stress for patients and families during transitions and promoting continuity of care.

Telehealth Services

Recognizing the importance of accessibility in healthcare, our telehealth services offer remote consultations and support, reducing the need for travel, and supporting those in remote or underserved areas.

Emotional & Psychological Support

Our compassionate counseling and psychological therapy services extend to both patients and their families.

Spiritual Care

Recognizing the impact of spiritual well-being on health, our spiritual care services offer support and counseling that honor and respect each patient’s beliefs and cultural background.

Family & Caregiver Education

We provide education and resources designed to demystify medical processes and support informed decision-making, enhancing understanding and comfort for both patients and their loved ones.

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