“Thank you so much for making our father’s final days and hours easier and more peaceful. You were all a blessing to him and to all of us. We appreciate the wonderful job you do during a difficult time in people’s lives.”
Education & Outreach
Giving back to our communities is very important to Comfort Care. We are an Alabama based company dedicated to improving the quality of life. That’s why we provide programs in our communities to help others understand hospice care and the importance of end-of-life care planning for all ages – before a crisis occurs.
Consider the Conversation – an important film for our time
Comfort Care offers free community showings of Consider the Conversation. This program is great for faith communities, civic groups and educational events and helps people begin the discussion about the care they want at the end of life. To schedule a viewing, contact: Craig Greer, by email or call (877) 231-0321.
Motivated by personal experiences with loss, Terry Kaldhusdal and Mike Bernhagen produced a powerful and inspiring documentary film that examines how 21st century Americans live at the end of their lives. “Consider the Conversation” reminds us that thinking and talking about life’s final chapter well in advance can help prevent unnecessary physical, emotional, spiritual, and social suffering.
The film includes personal accounts from patients, family members, doctors, nurses, clergy, and national experts on the physical, social and emotional issues related to dying.
Patients & Caregivers
Is hospice right for me? How do I get it? Why Comfort Care? Follow these links for some answers and helpful advice.How Can Hospice Help? Do I Qualify? What Is the Benefit of Hospice?
What Those We Help Care For Have To Say
TheJohn P. Family
“It is a blessing in knowing people still care. Thank you so very much for all you have done.”
The Nancy H. Family
“Thank you for your help and love you all gave us during the little time our mom was under your care. I really appreciate the care given to her and it made us feel proud and happy that she was comfortable in her last days here with us.”
“Our RN was both caring and was able to address my concerns. She included me in the decisions for Mom’s care. She was always willing to answer questions. She was always loving and patieint with both Mom and Daddy. Her smile and sense of humor was a beam of sunshine.”
“Your chaplain was wonderful. He visited our home when it seemed our own pastor had forgotten us. We asked him to preach Mom’s funeral which was lovely.”
“Thank you so much for enjoying what you do. I will always remember your cheerfulness, smile and encouraging words. Keep up the good work.”
“Thank you for the taking such wonderful care of our dad. You will never know how much comfort it brought to us to know that he enjoyed your visits.”
“I don’t think I could have done all I was able to do if I didn’t have the support and reassurance from Comfort Care. Your staff became a part of the family and that’s what it’s all about.”
“Thank you so much for all the love and care you have shown my family, but especially the treatment you gave my Pop.”
“Thank you for taking care of my grandparents and for bonding with them.”
“Thank you very much for the care and comfort you have given to our father and family.”
“Thanks so much to the hospice “team” – from the person who answered the telephone when I called to the lovely people who were in our home.”