WATCH: Wuesthoff Hospice Chaplain Stephen Petty Explains How Spirituality Plays a Role in the Grieving Process

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Hospice is available to individuals with end-stage illnesses for which there is no cure

WATCH: Who helps people at their most sad and challenging moments? Wuesthoff Hospice House & Palliative Care Chaplain Stephen Petty sits down with Giles Malone to talk about his role in comforting people and how spirituality plays a role in the grieving process

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Who helps people at their most sad and challenging moments? Wuesthoff Hospice House & Palliative Care Chaplain Stephen Petty recently discussed his role in comforting people and how spirituality plays a role in the grieving process. 

Hospice is available to individuals with end-stage illnesses for which there is no cure. But hospice care is not limited to the last few days of a patient’s life. In fact, hospice is designed to provide support throughout the final stages of illness.

Hospice is covered by Medicare, Medicaid, and most private insurance.

Wuesthoff’s teams are pre-screened for COVID-19 every single day—prior to the start of any patient visits or reporting to work in any capacity.

In this time of uncertainty, home health remains a safe and effective way to receive the care you need in the comfort of your own home.

Call the Wuesthoff Hospice House at 321-253-2222 if you need our help managing your patient’s care in their home.

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