Went to visit a dear friend of mine and was overwelmed with the cleanliness, compassion of staff, and the ever presents of peace that the room had. You look out and see the beautiful waters of Branford harbor through a wall width widow. The last days of dignified care and attention one receives here, should make familys take comfort in their love ones transition into peaceful rest.
The nurses, aides, social worker and Doctor are exceptional, they are kind, caring and compassionate!!!!! The location is peaceful and serene.
For those who gave CT Hospice poor reviews... are we even talking about the same place? Today, my Dad departed in peace while at this beautiful facility. I cannot say enough for the KINDNESS, CARE, and SINCERITY of their absolutely FANTASTIC staff!! I will recommend this facility to anyone who has a loved one needing Hospice care. We are so thankful and appreciative of the nurses and staff. THANK YOU, CT HOSPICE, for making our last days with Dad as comfortable as possible.
Both my parents were gone within 2 days- of being in Hospice care. Now that could just be a coincidence, that they were ready to go However I find it hard to accept. I had no say, in the decision to put them in hospice, as I was not the decision maker. I firmly believe, there is no reason for hospice you can care for your dieing at home, with pain medicine- you don't need people that don't care about your family as you would, and are legally protected from anything. Also, you can't get any medical records about anything after the fact- it's not public information, you need a court order and they won't budge an inch on that. Stay away- you will live to regret it.
Amazing. Sadly, I have lost family and friends who have passed away at The Connecticut Hospice facility and while in their care but at their own homes. Cannot say enough good. Most recently my beloved father passed after just a few days at the facility.
Daddy was kept comfortable but no one was pushing him to eat, drink or take medications. No one did anything he did not want - and at the same time everything he did want was cared for with great compassion.
The staff are awesome. Completely professional and also completely human.
The mission of The Connecticut Hospice is superior in every way to a hospital, nursing home or other "forced to live" institution.
Thank you .... more than I can ever say