Rose Garden Hospice is a not-for-profit organization that is committed to providing compassionate, holistic care to people with terminal illnesses and their loved ones. The Rose Garden Hospice is a dedicated team of caring volunteers and committed staff. The hospice will address the physical, spiritual, and emotional needs of people approaching death and provide support to family and close friends. It will offer expert pain and symptom management so that physical suffering is relieved.
There are ten self-contained ‘guest’ rooms and two self-contained family rooms so family members can get some rest while staying near their loved one.
There is a non-denominational chapel for contemplation, prayer, quiet gatherings, and celebrations. There are expert care providers [health practitioners, therapists, a social worker, spiritual care providers and others] who are committed to personalizing and humanizing the end-of-life experience. There is professional nursing care 24 hours a day. Personal support, companionship, bereavement, and spiritual support are integrated in a home-like setting.
There is a large corps of volunteers who are committed to the successful operation of the hospice and who assist with individual care, raising awareness, advocating for support, raising capital and operational funds and who oversee the construction and operation of the hospice.