30 Years of Serving NWA

Provider Since 1992

 At Circle of Life, we understand the needs you and your family have. Choosing hospice is never an easy decision, but we are here to support your family throughout this journey. At Circle of Life we never want your loved one to suffer. We are experts at pain and symptom management. No one does it better than we do.

If you are reading this page, it is probably because you and your family are faced with making a decision about whether it is time to choose hospice. You may be making this decision for yourself or for a loved one. We know you must be experiencing feelings of disbelief, denial, anger and even overwhelming sadness. Please understand that all of these feelings are normal. To admit or acknowledge that health is failing for a loved one can feel a little like betrayal. It is important to remember that hospice is not about giving up. Hospice is about getting the help, the relief, the medical care and emotional support that you and your family need right now.

Don’t worry, we are here to help you.

Deciding when to begin hospice is a very personal decision. It often becomes clear when tests, treatments and constant hospital stays bring more distress than progress. For some, it may be time to think about hospice when the physician mentions it. Most of the time, families must first mention hospice to their doctors. Once families ask about hospice, most physicians often find it easier to talk about.

We know that making the decision for hospice is very difficult, but it is one of the most loving decisions that you can make. In many situations, this is a very special time for a family. It becomes a time where families can have conversations that are long overdue or do some of those things that have been delayed or put off. It’s an opportunity to listen to family stories and a time to tie up loose ends. This time is precious and to honor it requires a lot of courage. Having a hospice team to walk through this with you makes all the difference.

We would love to speak with you and answer any questions that you may have. Please call us at any time to speak to a nurse at 479-872-3377.

30 Years of Serving NWA

Provider Since 1992

At Circle of Life, we understand the needs you and your family have. Choosing hospice is never an easy decision, but we are here to support your family throughout this journey. At Circle of Life we never want your loved one to suffer. We are experts at pain management. No one does it better than we do.

If you are reading this page, it is probably because you and your family are faced with making a decision about whether it is time to choose hospice. You may be making this decision for yourself or for a loved one. We know you must be experiencing feelings of disbelief, denial, anger and even overwhelming sadness. Please understand that all of these feelings are normal. To admit or acknowledge that health is failing for a loved one can feel a little like betrayal. It is important to remember that hospice is not about giving up. Hospice is about getting the help, the relief, the medical care and emotional support that you and your family need right now.

Don’t worry, we are here to help you.

Deciding when to begin hospice is a very personal decision. It often becomes clear when tests, treatments and constant hospital stays bring more distress than progress. For some, it may be time to think about hospice when the physician mentions it. Most of the time, families must first mention hospice to their doctors. Once families ask about hospice, most physicians often find it easier to talk about.

We know that making the decision for hospice is very difficult, but it is one of the most loving decisions that you can make. In many situations, this is a very special time for a family. It becomes a time where families can have conversations that are long overdue or do some of those things that have been delayed or put off. It’s an opportunity to listen to family stories and a time to tie up loose ends. This time is precious and to honor it requires a lot of courage. Having a hospice team to walk through this with you makes all the difference.

We would love to speak with you and answer any questions that you may have. Please call us at any time to speak to a nurse at 479-872-3377.

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SPRINGDALE HOSPICE HOME

901 Jones Road
Springdale, AR 72762
phone: (479) 750-6632
referrals: (479) 872-3377

BENTONVILLE HOSPICE HOME

1201 NE Legacy Parkway
Bentonville, AR 72712
phone: (479) 750-6632
referrals: (479) 872-3377
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