Dealing with a serious illness can be overwhelming. You must make a lot of complicated decisions, often quickly. Whether you are living with a progressive illness, or you are caring for someone who is, we at Capital Caring understand just how challenging this can be.


Who Pays for Pediatric Palliative and Hospice Care?

Most private insurance covers palliative and hospice care as do Medicaid programs. As a nonprofit, Capital Caring donors help assure that families without insurance or any other way to pay – who meet our income criteria – are never refused care. As a nonprofit, we provided more than $3 million in charity care to those who had nowhere else to turn in 2017 alone.

  • Significant Pain
  • Unintended Weight Loss
  • Sleeplessness
  • Fatigue
  • Breathlessness
  • Loss of Mobility
  • Forgetfulness
  • Frequent Doctor Visits
  • Frequent Emergency Room Visits
  • Emotional Distress Caregiver Stress

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