Our supportive services bring an extra layer of care and support to individuals living with illness. We focus on relief of the symptoms and stresses, helping you regain quality of life. Supportive Care is appropriate at any age and any stage of illness, and can be provided along with curative treatment. Care is delivered in the comfort of your home or wherever you may call home including nursing homes, retirement communities and assisted livings.

How Care Is Paid For

Our services are paid for by Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurances.

Supportive Care Team

Our supportive caregiving team includes: extra care and attention from our hospice physician, nurses expertly trained in pain control and symptom management, hospice aides to help with personal care, spiritual counselors for support, volunteers for friendly visits, counselors offering family support and education, and many others whose skills and commitment combine to provide a complete 24 hour support system to you and your family.

What Can I Expect From Supportive Care?

You can expect relief from symptoms such as pain, shortness of breath, fatigue, constipation, nausea, loss of appetite and difficulty sleeping. Supportive care helps you carry on your daily life. It improves your ability to go through medical treatments. It helps you better understand your condition and your choices for medical care. In short, you can expect the best possible life.

How Do I Get Supportive Care?

You just have to ask for it! If you would like to learn more about how our Supportive Care program can help you or a loved one call us at 888-502-4646, we are happy to answer any questions you may have. You can also talk to your doctor or nurse if you think supportive care is right for you or a loved one. Palladium care is there for you and your family every step of the way. Call us today to find your way back to a life more fully lived. If you need us. Then we’ll be there.


What is the difference between hospice and supportive care?

Supportive care is a comprehensible care plan for people suffering from serious illnesses. It focuses on relieving pain, symptoms, and emotional stresses that come with serious diseases. Supportive care, also called palliative care, is given at the same time as medical treatment with the intention of curing the illness–differing it from hospice care.

Is supportive care right for me?

Some illnesses that may benefit from supportive care include: Alzheimer’s disease, emphysema, congestive heart failure, COPD, cancers, Parkinson’s, and more. Palliative care can be given at any stage of both chronic and curable illnesses.

Where do I get supportive care?

Supportive care is provided wherever the patient calls home,  whether it’s a private home, an assisted living facility or nursing home. The majority of supportive care is home-based care. Supportive care can also be provided for short periods in the hospital.

Does supportive care only benefit the patient?

Family members and caregivers are also a main focus of supportive care.  Supportive care also offers counseling, and emotional and logistical support to family members and caregivers.

How do I pay for supportive care?

Palladium Supportive Care services are covered by Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurances.

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