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Your not-for-profit hospice in Arizona since 1977...

Hospice of the Valley provides compassionate end-of-life care. We support patients and families and relieve suffering in all realms – physical, emotional and spiritual. Our staff is available 24/7. Most services are delivered in patients’ homes. We serve thousands of families every day throughout central Arizona, including greater Phoenix. No one is ever turned away from Hospice of the Valley because they lack insurance or financial means. For assistance, call 602.530.6900 or click here.   

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Dementia care
Palliative care for dementia
Testimonial
In the news
Living will forms

Award-winning program​

 

Comfort and dignity for people with all stages of dementia, from early to end-of-life. Caregivers are supported, too. Our exceptional clinicians and their innovative approaches have won international recognition.

 

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Comfort care at home​

 

Are you caring for a person with dementia? The Palliative Care for Dementia program was created to improve the quality of life for persons with dementia and their caregivers. It is not for patients on hospice. The program is supported by private pay from patients and families and a grant from Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust.

 

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Myong Kellar and Myong Kim

 

In this video, a mother and daughter describe the support they’ve received that is sensitive to their culture – including a Korean-speaking volunteer who brings Korean food. “In Korea our culture shows respect to the elderly,” said Myong Kellar. “They have a place of honor.”

 

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Give a little love
 

“The first thing that strikes you when you meet Nancy Greene is her straightforward gaze. This is a woman who has always met life head-on, and now is no exception.” ImagesAZ magazine featured Nancy Greene and Hospice of the Valley in its February issue.
 
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Planning ahead​

 

How do you want to be cared for at the end of life? What health care would you want – or not want? Now is the time to think about it, talk about it with your loved ones and record your wishes. Learn about advance care planning and download free forms.
 
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