We go above and beyond in our aim to provide the highest level of care to you and your family. Our team is experienced in all aspects of hospice care and palliative care services. We are also committed to being present in each and every moment. We focus on the little things, because most times, the little things make all the difference in the world.
SilverStone Hospice is licensed and certified, serving Dallas, Denton, Tarrant, and Collin counties, and has been serving DFW families for more than ten years. We’re licensed by the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services and certified to accept Medicare and Medicaid.
While there are no certifications for compassion, empathy and the care behind our healthcare, our team is dedicated to helping you and your family navigate through emotional concerns, financial challenges, and practical problems that come with your everyday needs. We work to coordinate care tailored to your family’s care.
Oversees your plan of care and advises your care team in ways we may best support you during this time.
Visits weekly or more frequently as needed.
Gives personal care, such as bathing, dressing or assisting with light household chores.
Offers emotional support and helps with hospice care planning, such as living wills, funeral arrangements and community resources.
Facilitates conversations around transition and provides emotional and spiritual support as well as grief counselling.
Provides friendship and companionship. Helps with tasks at home. Becomes an extension of the family support system.
It is covered 100% by Medicare benefit. If they are in a Medicare Advantage plan, Traditional Medical will cover everything they need that is related to this stage of treatment and care.
We provide care wherever you call home, this may be a skilled nurse facility, assisted living facility or your personal home. Our care covers the following:
SilverStone Hospice, in partnership with our home health agency, is able to provide effective transitional care support for acute patients discharging from facilities or currently residing at home. Over the last year, we have been able to reduce unnecessary hospital readmission while providing personalized care in the home setting.
We do not provide 24 hour care at home; however, we do have an on-call nurse who is able to respond to any emergency 24 hours a day. We also have a medical director who can assist with pain and symptom management via medication 24 hours a day.
A hospice volunteer is someone who has the passion and drive to selflessly care and advocate for people during their time of need. Someone who is able to see past the patient's diagnosis and be make meaningful connections to bring them joy. A hospice volunteer should have the passion to consistently visit patients on a regular basis.
Hospice volunteers are important to the core of the holistic care we provide. They provide companionship and emotional support to our patients as they transition. This could look like playing a board games together, reading a book together, and simply listening to the patient's stories. Our volunteers also take part in our "no one dies alone program" where they are specially trained to wait alongside our patients as their time of transition draws close.
The volunteers are at the core of helping us create an experience that simulates activities and environments our patients enjoy as well as acting as an advocate for our patients. Their goal is to bring reassurance that what matters most is not how much time we have, it is how we live each present moment.