Hospice Referrals for Seniors and Families

Compassionate End-of-Life Care

Choosing a hospice care provider is an important decision that can be overwhelming as you cope with your loved one’s health. At Agape Senior Resources, we are here to support your family and loved one as they transition through this chapter of their lives.

Together, we can find the right hospice provider for your loved one, whether that is in-home or at a facility.

Hospice for Seniors

Why Hospice Care Is Important

Hospice care provides your loved one with medical and supportive services that make the rest of their life as comfortable as possible. They receive round-the-clock care and supervision from skilled hospice nurses, and ancillary support to make their life as easy as possible.

Hospice alleviates stress on families, so they can focus solely on spending time with their loved one. Nursing staff help support their patients with everyday tasks, like bathing, feeding, and grooming. They also offer companionship, counseling, and provide emotional support during this difficult period.

Choosing the right hospice care provider ensures your loved one is only given the best treatment.

How We Can Help

Agape Senior Resources screens hospice providers to ensure they meet state requirements and are eligible for Medicare and Medicaid coverage. We want every family to have access to only the best hospice providers, and support from the most empathetic, skilled hospice nurses available.

Our goal is to help your family get all the information they need to make the right decision for your loved one. We learn about their life and health, their wishes, and listen to any concerns you have.

Then, we search our database to pair your loved one with the best hospice care provider.

How to Choose a Hospice Provider

Consider what kind of care that your loved one needs, and how long they will need support. Some seniors are able to maintain mobility and some independence, while others require assistance through airway management, feeding tubes, and catheters.

You should explore whether residential hospice or home care is appropriate for your loved one, and how each type of care will impact their quality of life.

We make it easier to focus solely on providers, because our team carefully screens them beforehand to ensure they’re licensed, qualified, and respect all government regulations.

If you need help finding the right hospice for your relative, we are here anytime. Please contact us today to explore your options.


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Elsa Roman - Executive Director (562) 841-1067

Edgar Yraheta - Placement Specialist (818) 809-6981