Living Waters Hospice aims to provide patients and their families support and comfort in the midst of difficult times.
From the President
“I have been serving the southern California community in hospice since 1998 and Golden Valley, Arizona since 2012. It is an honor for people to allow us to come into their homes, into their lives, and help them through a very difficult time of life. At Living Waters Hospice, we treat each patient and family as if they were our own loved ones.”
Blaine Whitson, President
How We Help
Provides oversight of the medical services being delivered by the hospice program. Acts as a resource for hospice staff in managing symptoms.
Evaluate a person’s medical needs, develop a plan of care to meet those needs and coordinates with the other members of the hospice team in delivering that care.
Help patients, and their families/caregivers, navigate the practical and emotional issues that arise during the end of life journey.
Provide pastoral care, including prayer and emotional support, as well as grief support.
Provides assistance with bathing and grooming, such as hair, skin and nail care. Incontinent care as well as light housekeeping.
Provide comfort and support. Companionship such as reading, listening or playing games. Help with simple chores or meal preparation