I Know Someone

Who is Dying

​Start the Conversation.

 

The day you arrive at the decision to seek hospice care in San Antonio can be a daunting one, and you may realize a lot of decisions are ahead of you. It’s essential to begin looking at your options before you ask yourself, "What is a Hospice?"   


We know it’s not an easy conversation to have, but we’re here at any time to talk about services for a family member, a loved one, or yourself.  Whenever the time comes, we will be there.


Embrace Hospice admits patients every day, including evenings and weekends. Often, we assess the patient and meet with their family on the same day as the referral. ​ 

Your story is our story.  Our experienced and passionate team members would love to personally answer any questions you may have.  The Embrace Hospice team is available 24/7 to speak to you 

I Know Someone

Who is Grieving

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Grief is a natural part of life when someone we love dies.  Finding your way through the changes and often painful emotions that arise during the days, weeks, and months that follow a death can be difficult.


You don’t have to do it alone.  Grieving is not done all at once. There is no tidy progression of stages in grief, and its course may be long and circular.  Most of us move in and out of grief, alternately feeling the pain and reality of the loss, and then taking time to engage in life’s ongoing tasks. It’s okay to experience pleasure and focus on other things.


There is no clear roadmap to grief because each person’s experience is unique. We can help you navigate this painful journey and find your own path to healing. 

I Know Someone

Who is a Caretaker

210.691.3600.
info@embracehospicellc.com

You're not alone.  More than 1 in 3 Americans is caring for an ailing family member or friend.   Many of these families are facing a serious, life-limiting illness for the first time and don't know where to turn for answers and support.


Illness can be overwhelming for the entire family – but that's where hospice can help.   You are able to receive the quality medical care at home and honor the wishes of your loved one.  Caring for someone at the end of their life can be a privilege, a blessing and an honor. This is a selfless time, and caregiving is a gift that rewards both the caregiver and patient.


We are here to help you learn how to care for your loved one, support you with information and resources and help you work through any caregiving challenges.

Anyone can refer a patient to hospice, and the assessment is free.   

@SAHospice

Helping Our Patients and Their Families

Embrace Life to the Fullest

​210.691.3600

San Antonio Area Hospice Team Available 24/7