Providence SoundHomeCare and Hospice brings the Providence tradition of excellent medical care into the comfort of the patient's home setting. Our goal is to provide the highest quality of care and a comprehensive range of services, including emotional and spiritual support, in a compassionate and responsive manner.
The home care and hospice teams work together with physicians, patients, family members and insurance providers to meet each patient's unique needs. Access to our professional services is available 24 hours a day, every day. Whether you or a loved one needs short-term rehabilitation on the journey to wellness, or palliative and hospice care to increase comfort near the end of life, we are here for you. In addition, we promise to respond to all hospice inquiries within one hour. Contact us with your inquiry.
Serving Mason, Lewis and Thurston counties, Providence SoundHomeCare and Hospice is a local, non-profit, state licensed and Medicare certified agency.
The onset of a chronic or terminal disease can cause great turmoil within families. Emotions become intense and stress levels rise. Patients and their families not only have to cope with new medical diagnoses, but also with the financial, social and psychological stresses that accompany them.
Medical social workers are here to help. Social workers work with patients and their families to manage these new stresses and obtain the services and support necessary to surmount them.
- Assessment and evaluation: Social workers visit with patients and their families and help them review their situations. Available resources are discussed and help provided to access them.
- Counseling: Social workers help patients and families deal with the emotions evoked by the onset of chronic and terminal illnesses. Social Workers help families with problem solving, education, family counseling, support and crisis intervention.
- Community resource planning: Social workers provide information about community programs and resources to help patients and their families cope with chronic and terminal illnesses.
Thank you for the trust you’ve placed in us to provide your patients with exceptional home health care and hospice care. It’s a privilege to provide your patients with the best possible nursing care or therapy services in a timely manner.
We serve home health patients in Western Washington and in the Spokane region and we serve hospice patients in Western Washington. We promise to respond to all hospice inquiries within one hour.
We accept payment from Medicare, Medicaid, private pay and most insurance plans. As a courtesy, we will bill your insurance company.
Financial assistance for our services is available for those who qualify. Please call us if you have additional questions about accepted health insurance plans or financial aid.
It’s important to understand insurance benefits vary depending on your health plan. If you have specific questions about your plan or available benefits, please contact your insurance provider.
There are many things caregivers can do in the home to look after their loved ones and assist with their daily needs. From helping the patient transfer from bed to a wheelchair to repositioning the patient in bed, friends and family members can contribute to the patient's care.
We created the following videos to explain some of the common ways you can assist with end-of-life care:
- Transferring patient from bed to wheelchair
- How to reposition a bed bound patient
- Make an occupied bed
- How to deliver liquid medication
- How to crush medication