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the seriously ill
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How We Can Help

  • Home visits with a nurse
  • Bathing and grooming
  • Emotional-spiritual support
  • Help for family caregivers


  • Managing pain and other symptoms
  • Coordination of services
  • Educational resources
  • 24/7 telephone support


Your local experts in family caregiving and serious illness
Serving Maricopa County since 2015

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For Patients and Families

As the local experts in family caregiving and serious illness, Solace Hospice is committed to supporting the patient and the family. With our caring staff and deep commitment to education —check out our resources for families—it’s no surprise that we have 5-star Google reviews.


For Health Care Providers


Tired of slow response times? Solace Hospice has a track record of responding within the hour—if not sooner.  We welcome physician participation in the development of the care plan and adjust our communication patterns to fit your preference. We also provide educational materials to help the families of your seriously ill patients.

For Skilled Nursing Facilities

Let us support your staff, your residents and their families with expertise in end-of-life care and comfort measures. We coordinate with your current caregivers and are happy to provide educational assistance.


For Potential Employees

Ready to work with a team committed to compassionate care for patients and families? We understand that hospice is a “calling” and take great pride in the dedication and experience of our staff.

For those providing support

Resources for families of the seriously ill

Managing Difficult Symptoms

From managing pain to nausea, constipation, depression and anxiety

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Emotional-Spiritual Issues

Finding the balance between grief and hope. Coming to terms with spirituality and family discord

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Living with Serious Illness

Day-to-day tips and insights for living well with cancer, chf, copd and dementia

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Medical Concerns

Caregiving tips for addressing intimate care needs as well as support for the last few days

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Important Decisions

Guidance for critical conversations about quality of life and desired treatments

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Bladder issues

Bladder issues

If making it to the bathroom in time is a frequent concern for your relative, they may have an overactive bladder. More than 33 million Americans contend with this condition, in which misfiring nerves cause the bladder muscles to contract involuntarily. Your loved one may be too embarrassed to bring it up with the doctor, or even with you. But it should be checked out. It’s not a “normal” part of aging. Overactive bladder (OAB) is a real and treatable medical condition. And you certainly want to be sure it’s not something else.

The basic symptoms of OAB include an urgent need to urinate more than eight times in a day and/or more than once or twice a night.

Many people let incontinence worries run their lives. They stay close to home for fear of accidents. They withdraw from social activities, dreading they have an odor from leaks. They may become anxious or depressed. And multiple nighttime trips to the toilet can result in insomnia and fatigue, bringing on more depression.

What’s involved in giving care?

What’s involved in giving care?

Perhaps you call regularly to offer emotional support. Maybe you handle finances. Perhaps you visit weekly. Or you may live with your loved one 24/7. Caring takes many forms. You may feel this is simply what a loving daughter/son/partner would do. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t time and energy from your day. Or night, if you skimp on sleep to create time to help.

Whether you provide hands-on care or assistance from afar, you ARE a family caregiver. And that means you need to watch for burnout. Use this list to take an inventory. Consider what is realistic for you. And think about options to help manage the load: Friends, family, community programs, paid help.

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