Our Hospice Buffalo program cares for terminally ill individuals who have a life expectancy of six months or less, while providing support and resources to families and caregivers. Hospice care focuses on comprehensive (physical, emotional, social and spiritual) care that is tailored to an individual’s needs and wishes.
The goal of palliative care is to improve the quality of life. Home Connections, our home-based palliative care program for adults, provides an additional layer of support and symptom management expertise to help patients and families facing serious, progressive illness. This program helps patients and their loved ones navigate the course of illness, regardless of diagnosis, prognosis or continued curative treatment.
Essential Care for Children
Essential Care for Children is a home-based palliative (symptom control) care program that provides coordination of medical services, as well as psychosocial, emotional and spiritual support to seriously ill children and their families. Working hand in hand with the child's pediatrician and specialists, our team strives to enhance quality of life and to help minimize emergency room visits and hospital stays.
Everyone copes with grief differently. The Wilson Support Center provides sensitive and compassionate complimentary grief resources, support, and education to meet the needs of the WNY community. Resources, including licensed counselors, are available to anyone experiencing grief or loss, including children and adults.
Our team of hospice and palliative care professionals are here to help guide and support you. Contact us by phone at 716-686-8077 or click here to ask a question or to request assistance. We are here for you.