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Whether our patients are living at home with family or alone, or in assisted living or skilled nursing facility, these are the services we provide.

Hospice Care

Why Choose SilverStone Hospice?

We go way beyond what is required by law and what is expected from hospice companies. The exceptional quality of care is our number one priority. Our team is experienced in all aspects of hospice care and palliative care services. We do everything in our power to make sure your loved one has every need met, we do this for every single patient, every single time.

Best Hospice Care in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.

Founded 10 years ago, SilverStone Hospice is a licensed and certified hospice care program serving the Dallas, Denton, Tarrant, and Collin counties. We are licensed by the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services and certified to participate in Medicare and Medicaid programs. In addition to your medical needs, our team will help navigate through emotional concerns, financial challenges, and practical problems. We work closely together to make sure your care is coordinated and, most importantly, built around you and your family.

Our Services

24 Hour On-Call Nursing Support

Crisis Care for Distress Management.

Routine In-Home Care

Including medical equipment delivered to your home.

Respite for Caregiver Relief

Our skilled team will give the medical attention needed while you take some time to refresh.

Bereavement and Emotional Support

Implementing care and compassionate support

Volunteer Support

Providing companionship and emotional support.

Mental Health Wellness

Having the difficult conversations to alleviate any negative impact of mental health for patients, families and caregivers.

A few of the things we provide...

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Your Hospice Team Members Include

Each patient and family receives their own advanced home care support team.


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.

“We are so impressed with the full spectrum of SilverStone Hospice services. From Mary, the social worker, to the chaplain, whose words and prayers were so very special. From the first day until today, all the services have been wonderful. A thousand “thank yous” to the Silverstone Care staff for all their attentiveness. I didn’t know you provided all these services. This is truly a gift!’
–– Wife of SilverStone Patient