RESIDENTIAL, END-OF-LIFE CARE REINVENTED

The mission of hospice is to provide compassion and care to terminally ill patients and their families. Senator Bob Hooper House, an assisted living facility specializing in hospice care, offers a homelike setting for those who are unable to have their needs met at home.

Hospice teaches us that death is a natural part of the life cycle…a process that should be handled with dignity, respect and kindness.

Senator Bob Hooper House is in need of your support to help make this a reality!


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Providing End-Of-Life Care For Neighbors In Need

The mission of hospice is to provide compassion, dignity and care to terminally ill patients and their families. Senator Bob Hooper House, an assisted living facility specializing in hospice care, offers a homelike setting for those who are unable to have their needs met at home.

The Senator Bob Hooper House staff provides routine, personal care for the terminally ill patient. The skilled residence team works in collaboration with the hospice providers Amedisys and Gilchrist Hospice, Inc., assuring that the patient receives all the benefits of a home hospice program including: physicians, nurses, social workers, chaplains, volunteers and home health aides.

For 18 years and counting, the Annual Senator Bob Hooper House Hospice Regatta has become an early summer tradition in Havre de Grace, raising funds that allow access to low income families in need of this amazing service. “Our mission at the Senator Bob Hooper House is never to turn anyone away due to their inability to pay, which is why the success of the Regatta is so important," said Cindy Hooper Hushon, chairperson of the House, named in memory of her father.

"Just this past April, 72 percent of our residents were on charity care, the highest level to date. Thanks to our Regatta sponsors, we will be able to provide more than 500 nights of care to our residents in need."


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Questions Answered

Q. What is a Hospice Residence?

Senator Bob Hooper House is a place of peace and serenity for those in the final stages of life. And, because each person's death is like each person's life- is unique- our residence focuses on individuals. More

Q. What kind of services are offered in the Residence?

The residence provides the personal care needs for the terminally ill patient. More

Q. Who is eligible to reside in the Residence?

To be eligible for admission, a patient must: More

Q. How much does it cost?

The professional staff of nurses, social workers, chaplain and home health aides services is usually reimbursed. More
 
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