For some, their last moments will be spent alone. For others, they have family but no one to provide continuous care. It is for these people that an end-of-life care home exists, offering an alternative to institutional care in the final days, weeks or months of life by providing round the clock caregiving services.
Also known as an Omega Home, a national movement to improve the end-of-life experience for individuals and families in need, the Southern California Hospice Foundation aims to open the first Omega home in Orange County that serves as a live-in residential care facility for those at the end-of-life. Currently, a loving home for the last stage does not exist in Orange County.
This house will be a residential home where terminally ill patients can end life’s journey in a comfortable home-like setting. It offers an important option for people who may not have family or friends who can care for them.
The services provided in the home will include:
With your help, we will create a home totally a home totally focused on caring for those at the end-of-life. Together, we will make a difference.