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Agape is a Greek term referring to love and charity in the highest form as it embraces a universal, unconditional love that transcends and persists regardless of circumstance.
Agape Hospice Care’s mission is to provide the very best care
for our patients. We do this by listening to the wishes and goals of the patients and families we care for, ensuring the highest quality of life
is obtained and lived.
When is the Right Time for Hospice?
Decisions surrounding the timing of end-of-life care can be difficult—for families and doctors.
Care tends to focus on treatments. Too often, hospice or palliative care decisions are pushed down the road
until patients lose the ability to share what matters most to them and how they want to live their final chapters of life.
If someone has increasing difficulty with basic tasks such as walking, getting up from a chair, bathing, dressing or using the toilet, you may want to consider hospice.
Patients and families dealing with a serious illness can be overwhelmed with schedules, treatments and tasks. Here are answers to some of the questions you may have regarding hospice.
Hospice is covered by Medicare, VA benefits, Tricare, Medicaid and most private insurance policies. These benefits offer patients a dignified and comfortable end of life.
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1395 S Marietta Parkway SE
Building 700, Suite 750
Marietta, GA 30067
9 AM to 5 PM
(O) 404-763-1456 (24/7)
Agape Hospice Care operates in 35 counties across northeast Georgia,
including the Metro-Atlanta area.