HOSPICE CARE

More than 95 percent of our patients receive their hospice care at home. Still, many people are surprised to learn that entering hospice care doesn’t necessarily mean moving out of your house.

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ADVANCED ILLNESS CARE

Advanced Illness Care is a medical specialty that relieves symptoms and improves quality of life for people of any age, at any stage in an advanced illness, whether that illness is curable, chronic, or life-limiting.

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GRIEF SUPPORT

When adjusting with the diagnosis of a serious illness, it is common to experience feelings of loss, emotional distress, and depression. Living with a progressive disease is difficult, and it can cause tremendous strain on patients and families.

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PRIMARY CARE AT HOME

The Primary Care at Home program is designed to help elders maintain your dignity and independence by bringing full medical and social services to the home.

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VETERANS’ HEALTH & SUPPORT SERVICES

Capital Caring Health has proudly served members of the military since our founding in 1977, providing a full suite of care and services, plus recognition ceremonies and programs to match veteran patients with our veteran volunteers.

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CHILDREN’S HOSPICE & PALLIATIVE CARE

Every child is precious and every moment with them matters. So when children face chronic, life-limiting medical conditions, every member of the family is affected.

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STAY-AT-HOME SERVICES

From the comfort of home, you or your family members can arrange assistance with anything from rehab, transportation, pharmacy delivery, and more.

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PATIENT PET SERVICES

Pets play a critical role in the lives of patients and their families – serving as an endless source of comfort and compassion when words fail.

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Chaplains provide spiritual support, especially during the Holiday Season

Cary Johnson has been a Chaplain with Capital Caring Health for nearly 20 years. Our chaplains are integral members of the hospice team and their role includes assessing a patient’s spiritual concerns, developing and implementing spiritual plans of care, and offering and providing pastoral care and counsel. Learn more about Cary and the role of a hospice Chaplain in this video.

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Hospice Care is Often Misunderstood

Hear David’s story about how Capital Caring Health changed his perception of hospice. *While most hospice care takes place in a patient’s home, our inpatient centers are there to help manage pain and provide an extra level of care.

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Help Those In Need Of Compassionate Care

When a loved one is facing a serious illness or reaching the end of their life, every moment together counts.

Made Possible By You

Thanks to the support of people just like you, our community-based care providers deliver world-class holistic care services to nearly 1,200 patients every day and their families across the Greater Washington area – regardless of their ability to pay.

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