In-Home Hospice Care Services

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Benefits of In-Home Hospice Care

Levels of Care

Each patient receives a personalized service plan based on their unique needs. Ohioans offers routine home hospice care and continuous hospice care. Routine care is provided on an as-needed basis if you’re stable and your symptoms are well-managed. Continuous in-home hospice care provides a more hands-on approach to managing your symptoms and comfort.

A Sense of Familiarity

Going through the final stages of an illness or injury can be intimidating. Receiving care in the comfort of your home can help you feel more at ease than in an inpatient facility. You get the assistance you need while being surrounded by your friends and family. And your loved ones can stay close during this time of transition.

Family Involvement

In-home hospice care includes familial support, grief counseling and spiritual services to assist all involved. Our hospice team is committed to keeping loved ones informed and providing them with the necessary resources. We also provide suggestions to help loved ones provide assistance and comfort between visits.

Care Coordination

Hospice care can lighten the clinical load so patients and families can focus on each other. We maintain communication with physicians, specialists, therapists and other clinical staff to promote consistent treatment.

What to Expect from Ohioans In-Home Hospice Care

Hospice care is intended for patients who have received a terminal diagnosis or are no longer seeking treatment.  In-home hospice care doesn’t require a specific prognosis. Services continue as long as needed if qualifications are met.

You’ll receive care based on your physician’s referral. We will assess your medical history and current condition to determine your care plan.

We consult with your medical team to develop treatment based on their input and your preferences. We also provide family resources for respite care, counseling and other support services.

Once implemented, your nurse will conduct ongoing assessments to review your condition and make necessary adjustments to ensure your comfort.

Medical Conditions Covered by Hospice


In-home hospice care services can help you or your loved one manage symptoms associated with a terminal cancer diagnosis, such as pain, nausea and fatigue. That can include medication management, respiratory care, nutritional support and assistance with activities of daily living.

Kidney Disease or Failure

Physical and emotional support is essential for those living with end-stage kidney disease. Hospice care for kidney disease or failure includes those who are ineligible for dialysis or a transplant. Our clinical support is enhanced by our individualized services that address your specific needs.

Lung Disease

Advanced lung conditions such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, pulmonary fibrosis and advanced lung cancer require consistent care. Our hospice staff help manage breathlessness, coughing and pain associated with various lung conditions. We can provide home oxygen therapy and other equipment to ease breathing discomfort.

Parkinson’s Disease

Movement and mobility decrease as Parkinson’s disease progresses. It can affect a person’s ability to speak, eat and manage activities of daily living. Ohioans hospice care includes symptom management for Parkinson’s disease and resource education to support caregivers and loved ones.


In-home hospice care for stroke can provide you with pain management, symptom monitoring, nutritional support and other services to help you live comfortably. Ohioans offers mobility and rehabilitation services to maintain as much independence as possible following a stroke.


Hospice care for dementia is intended for those who display severe cognitive decline that affects the quality of life. Ohioans in-home hospice personnel can assist with activities of daily living that have become unmanageable for the patient and their family. We also specialize in emotional support to help loved ones cope with changes.

Heart Disease

Our palliative care approach to heart disease includes symptom management, pain relief and emotional support. You’ll receive services to maintain your quality of life during the final stages of the disease when curative treatments are no longer necessary.

What Sets Ohioans In-Home Hospice Care Apart?

Dedicated Employees

Our staff are the heart and soul of our in-home hospice team service. Each has pursued a career in healthcare that’s rooted in a passion to make a difference in the lives of patients and their families. They become part of the family and work closely with each individual to deliver personalized care.

Years of Experience

Ohioans has provided comprehensive in-home care for decades. We’ve grown with our community, and its members continue to seek our services throughout their health journey. That is an honor we value deeply.

Patient Collaboration

Your insight and opinions dictate how we deliver you or your loved one’s care. Part of our mission includes ensuring each patient feels heard and respected. We schedule care meetings to provide you and your loved ones with opportunities to discuss preferences and make necessary changes so we can continue to add comfort to your lives.


It’s a form of palliative care designed to tend to the medical, emotional and spiritual needs of a patient and their loved ones during the final stages of life. Hospice is intended for individuals whose illnesses have progressed beyond treatment and who have received a terminal prognosis.

You or your loved one may receive the following services from Ohioans in-home hospice:

  • Personal and medical care
  • Nutrition services
  • Medication management
  • Medical supplies and equipment
  • Social work services
  • Grief counseling
  • Assistance with activities of daily living
  • Respite care

Hospice is managed by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) if you use those plans to pay for care. Most private insurance companies also provide hospice care. We will review your coverage options and provide more specific details related to your insurance.