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Our Mission at ProCare Hospice of Nevada

ProCare Mission 
ProCare Hospice is a family-owned and operated hospice. We celebrate families of all kinds and we know the value of family in life and in healthcare.

What are our values? 
Compassion — Each patient, family and loved one deserves compassion, especially during the most vulnerable stage of life. This extends to our staff as well — compassion to each other and to those we care for.

Dignity — Each patient, family and loved one deserves dignity. We are all human and deserve…

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Celebration of Life Ceremony

Please join the ProCare Hospice of Nevada family as we honor, recognize, and remember those we love and are now gone from our sight, but kept alive in our hearts. If you would like to bring a picture (5x7or smaller) or a memory object of the person you're celebrating, it will be laid on The Table of Remembrance, for the candle lighting. We look forward to Celebrating your loved ones. JUNE 4, 20221:00-3:00 P.M.8025 AMIGO ST.LAS VEGAS, NEVADA 89123 Bereavement is the experience of losing someone important to us. It is characterized by grief, which is the process and the...
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What is Hospice?

Hospice care in Las Vegas offers comfort and support for those facing a terminal illness. It is a type of palliative care that is offered in a home-like setting that helps ease the stress of a person’s end-of-life journey. It can also provide emotional and spiritual support for the patient and their family. By understanding what Las Vegas hospice is and how it works, you can gain the insight needed to make informed decisions about how to care for a loved one in their final days.  Las Vegas hospice care is designed to provide comfort and care to those with...
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Nutrition At the End of Life

Home care service for the elderly March is National Nutrition Month. Most people never think about what nutrition and eating will look like for someone at the end of life. Often, when a patient has an end-stage or terminal illness, poor or no appetite is a common and normal side effect. Impaired appetite can be caused by a number of things such as difficulty swallowing, nausea, vomiting, altered sense of taste or smell, medications, tumor growth, depression or pain. Sometimes there is no known cause. It is important that patients and their families, or caregivers, do not feel guilty about...
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5 Tips for Hospice Care

When a loved one is facing a life-limiting illness, hospice care in Las Vegas may be the ideal route for providing compassionate care for the patient and family. It’s important to know how to make this experience as comfortable as possible for everyone involved. Here are five tips for hospice care in Las Vegas that can make the journey more manageable.  1. Create a Support System When a patient enters hospice care in Las Vegas, a network of support is essential to ensure that all their needs are met. This includes family and friends who are willing to assist with...
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How to take care of someone grieving?

Coping with grief in Las Vegas is one of the most painful experiences anyone has to face in life. It can be an overwhelming process and can cause physical, emotional, and psychological challenges. Even if you haven't had to deal with loss yourself, you can still help those around you who are grieving by lending a supportive ear, offering practical help, and just being there for them. Here are some ways you can care for someone who is grieving. Be a Compassionate Listener When caring for someone who is grieving in Las Vegas, it is important to create a safe,...
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Heart Failure

If you or your loved, one is living with congestive heart failure (CHF) or any end-stage, cardiac condition, you know that managing the disease, and its symptoms can be a daily struggle. Common symptoms include fluid retention, edema, shortness of breath, chest pain, and anxiety. As the disease progresses, patients frequently, find themselves in the emergency room or being admitted to the hospital. This cycle is frustrating and exhausting. Many patients ex- press that their quality of life is diminished because they can no longer participate in their favorite activities and feel that they are being robbed of quality time...
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Don’t wait to talk about hospice.

It’s an all too common situation. A family is at the bedside of a loved one who is seriously ill and nearing the end of life. Each member of the family has a different idea of what should be done and what the patient would have wanted. Far too many people wait until they are in the midst of a health care crisis before thinking about what options are available or what care they or their loved ones would have wanted. Often, by waiting too long to learn about possible options, like hospice care, people end up spending difficult days...
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What to know about ProCare Hospice of Nevada?

Hospice care provides comfort care to people suffering from life-limiting illnesses. When a disease has no cure, patients and their loved ones have hospice care as a valuable option. At ProCare Hospice of Nevada, we understand when people face end-of-life situations and shifting from healing treatments can become distressing to everyone involved. There are many misconceptions about hospice care. At ProCare Hospice in Las Vegas, we would like to shed light on the topic and our unique approach to care in this guide. Importance of Hospice Care Hospice care is for those who are suffering from an incurable health condition...
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Volunteering at ProCare Hospice of Nevada

While being a volunteer in a hospice care in Las Vegas is not an easy task, its rewards are something you will carry with you for the rest of your life. You will build connections that will enrich your life and the lives of those you touch. Your care and kindness will bring solace in the lives of patients and their loved ones while building purpose in your life. At ProCare, we are among the best hospice in Las Vegas. Find out what volunteering at our facility in Nevada means. What Will You Be Doing as a Volunteer? As a...
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Grief During the Holidays: Some Tips

The winter holidays are generally perceived as “the most wonderful time of the year.” But for those who are facing grief after the death of a loved one, the holidays may instead be a time filled with pain and sadness. Even for those for whom grief is not as fresh, the holidays may serve as an annual reminder of the loss—not only of that person, but of tradition and celebration. Bereavement professionals working in hospice and palliative care understand how difficult this season can be. They support families coping with loss all year long. Bereavement counselors stress the importance of...
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It’s Never too Late to Thank a Veteran, Even at the End of Life

Americans across the country celebrate Veterans Day on November 11, a special day to salute the men and women who have bravely served our country in the military. These fellow Americans have made profound sacrifices in defense of freedom and they deserve our heartfelt thanks and appreciation. Honoring our nation’s Veterans includes supporting them throughout their entire lives, especially at the end.  As our nation marks Veterans Day, ProCare Hospice deepens our commitment to increase Veterans’ access to the compassionate, high-quality care available from the nation’s hospice and palliative care providers. We take pride in our providing the extra care...
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We Honor Veterans

Military Veterans have put their lives on the line to protect our country and the freedoms we enjoy. ProCare Hospice is proud to provide hospice care for these Veterans who have sacrificed so much for us.

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National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization

ProCare Hospice of Nevada is a proud member of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization. Our mission is similar to theirs, in that we intend Our mission is similar to theirs, in that we intend to lead and mobilize social change for improved care at the end of life.

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CHAP accredits home and community-based health care organizations that make high-quality care a strategic business priority.

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Careousel is a division of ProCare Hospice of Nevada and brings comfort and care to enhance the quality of life for patients from prenatal (before birth) to age 21. The program supports the specialized needs and medical care of the child, their parents and siblings, other family members, caregivers, classmates and teachers.

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