With a focus on caring for people of all ages who have ongoing or serious illness, palliative medicine helps individuals and their families through:
Agape palliative visits are always made by a Nurse Practitioner, and sometimes a social worker, if requested for additional support.
Agape does not replace existing providers. Instead, we work with a patient’s current physicians, including specialists, adding a layer of care and often a central point of communication.
Palliative care is covered by Medicare, Medicaid and most private insurance.
Studies have shown that those receiving early palliative care not only have improved
quality of life, but less depression and in some cases, longer overall life expectancy.
Start feeling better today through the support of palliative care. The sooner our team can become involved, the more we can help.
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The Covid-19 pandemic has led to barriers in people receiving care and treatment outside their homes. Yet staying safe from contracting this virus should not mean foregoing good medical care.
More Good Days
Who pays for palliative care?
What conditions does palliative care help?
How do I get started?
Find answers to these and other common questions.
In the course of illness there are "good days" and "bad days." Days when you can almost forget you're sick, and days you fear you'll never feel well again. Palliative medicine specializes in giving you more good days.
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"Oncologists treat cancer, cardiologists the heart. But what happens to the rest of you? Palliative care can be the facilitator for all to work together for the common good of the whole person…"
Wife of Palliative Patient
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Agape's Liz Wambugu, MSN, AGNP-C discusses the ways palliative care can help.
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