Palliative Care

Our Palliative Care Program

Our Palliative Care Program is a specialized service providing pain and symptom management, counseling, support and guidance in navigating health care options and choices. This is not hospice care; it is an entirely different option for those dealing with serious illness. The Palliative Care Program covers medical condition treatments for ongoing illnesses, children with life limiting illnesses and dementia care.

Palliative care is appropriate for patients of all ages and stages who are undergoing treatment for serious medical conditions. Our team works closely with your primary physician to enhance your quality of life.

The Children with Life Limiting Illness program (CLLI) provides benefits in the home for ill children and allows families to seek curative treatment while the child receives palliative care.

Pathways has been recognized by the Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado as a Leader in Dementia Care since 2012. Our care provides dignified environments for persons with dementia, which includes exploring non-medication methods of addressing challenges.

Care for ongoing illnesses

Palliative care is appropriate for patients of all ages and all stages undergoing treatment for medical conditions such as: cancer, stroke, diabetes, chronic lung disease, heart disease, chronic kidney disease and/or Alzheimer’s Disease but is not limited to these medical conditions.

Our team includes our medical director, physicians, advanced practice nurses, all of whom work closely with your primary physician to provide options to enhance your quality of life.

Care for Children with Life Limiting Illnesses

The Children with Life Limiting Illness program (CLLI) provides benefits in the home for children with a life limiting illness and allows families to seek curative treatment while the child is receiving palliative care. These services complement the services available to participants through the Medicaid State health plan.

Care for those suffering from and dealing with dementia

Pathways is proud to be recognized by the Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado as a Leader in Dementia Care since 2012. Our staff is thoroughly educated in person-centered dementia care and tailors services to fully meet the needs of patients and their families. Our team is also certified through the Alzheimer’s Association in Dementia Essential Advanced Care.

Our care approach provides dignified environments for persons with dementia, which includes exploring non-medication methods of addressing dementia-related challenges, providing 24/7 on-call assistance for families and medical professionals, providing caregiver support, offering complementary therapies, and several other methods of care.

Give the palliative care referral form to your doctor to begin palliative care. Feel free to call Pathways at 970.663.3500 for more information on palliative care and whether it is right for you and your family.

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