Ascend Hospice, a CareOne company, is committed to providing exceptional hospice services designed with integrity and compassion in mind. Offering nondenominational, multicultural hospice care options, Ascend Hospice believes your loved one deserves to spend their last days—much in the same way they spent the days before them—with dignity and comfort.
Level of Hospice Care
Routine – The most common level of care provided in a home or healthcare setting.
Respite – Short-term relief for caregivers by placing the patient in a nursing facility for up to five days.
Inpatient – A more intensive level of care designed for short-term pain and symptom management, provided in a hospital or skilled nursing facility.
Continuous Care – One-on-one skilled nursing care designed for short-term crisis intervention involving pain and symptom management; provided most often in the home or the assisted living setting for all or part of the day, depending on the clinical needs of the patient.
Holistic and Traditional Therapies
Our expert interdisciplinary teams provide state-of-the-art hospice care, including pain control and symptom management through holistic and traditional therapies. Providing expert care twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, our team of highly trained professionals includes:
- Medical directors
- Nurse case managers
- Medical social workers
- Spiritual counselors
- Nutritional counselors
- Hospice aides
- Trained volunteers
Care You Can Count On
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The staff from CareOne at Holmdel is tremendous and very caring. Each person performs their duties excellently, especially the nursing assistant, Alicea. She went above and beyond with her duties to help me. Also, I was extremely pleased with the wonderful PT/OT Program at CareOne.
The rehab staff here are phenomenal!
I had the pleasure of being a patient at CareOne at Evesham after my hip surgery. I would like to thank you for the wonderful care that I received for the duration of my stay. It is not often in the medical field, as of late, to receive the compassion, professionalism, and quality of care that I have received.