Care Coordination

By: Saltspring Hospice  09-12-2011

When faced with serious illness or the death of a loved one, people feel overwhelmed and confused, and may be unclear about the availability of services in the community. Hospice staff works in partnership with other care providers in hospital and community to understand the changing needs of individuals, and helps with planning and facilitating necessary support and care.

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