What is Hospice?

Hospice is about hope; hope for the best possible quality of life during an important season of our lives. The Californian strives to provide support, compassion, and top-quality care with our dedicated hospice partners. The Californian can support your unique needs and offer specialized, advanced pain or symptom management during your stay.

How We Help

  • Observation and Assessment
  • Pain and Symptom Management
  • Caregiver Education
  • Emotional and Spiritual Support
  • Assistance with Activities of Daliy Living
  • Bereavement Support and Grief Counseling.
  • 24HR Licensed Hospice Nurse Available to Meet the Needs of Our Residents and Families.
  • Volunteer Services
  • Chaplin Services

Hospice is a designed program that supports the recognition of death as the final stage of life. Hospice provides comfort care that focuses on the emotional, physical, and spiritual services to those residents and families with terminal illnesses. They emphasize palliative rather than curative treatment; quality rather than quantity of life. Professional medical care is given by hospice, and sophisticated symptom relief provided. The resident and family are both included in the care plan and emotional, spiritual and practical support is given based on the resident’s wishes and family’s needs. The nature of dying is so unique that the goal of the hospice team is to be sensitive and responsive to the special requirements of each individual and family.



  • Quiet Family Living Room
  • Bathroom for Guests
  • Solace Room
  • Private Kitchen with Hospitality Station
  • Daily assistance with personal care available
  • 24 hour licensed nursing availability to meet the needs of our residents and families
  • Pain management with symptom control, emotional and spiritual support
  • Education to the resident and family regarding end-of-life issues
  • Spiritual and bereavement services offered to the residents and family
  • Volunteer services
  • Chaplain services