When the comfort of your home becomes the place of healing and restoration.
At the very base of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs is physiological needs: air, water, food, shelter, and sleep. These are at the bottom because they are the foundation from which all else is made possible. When you are unwell or at the end of life, those physiological needs become even more important.
The home is a place where we’re meant to restore and rejuvenate so that we can take on the challenges of life outside our doors. When we’re healing, it is even more important to be in a place where we’re comfortable, safe and cared for.
If you or a loved one has the choice, choose to stay at home through your healing journey. We can help make sure you get your medications, are well fed, your hygiene needs are met, and you are in good company.