I would highly recommend Amazing Grace Hospice. The nurses, the spiritual care, all of them -- they were all just wonderful. There actually was a lot of information about end-of-life, so they gave us this whole booklet and it gave us a better idea of what to expect. It was wonderful because it helped us understand the stages that she was going through as she was dealing with this process. It is so different when someone is dying like that versus someone dying suddenly, but they were able to help us through it. They were calling us and checking on us. They had the nurse and the nurse's aide. The nurses would come and check her vitals and everything -- I think she came like three times a week. The nurse's aide also came in three times a week, and her job was to help bathe my mom, wash her hair, change her clothes, and change her bedding -- she helped the other nurse that we had. They were getting tired because they were pulling a 12-hour shift and it was almost the same two people the entire time. It was hard on all of them, but they worked as if she was their mom. Their counselor was really good with my daughter and me. She actually took a lot of time out of her day to talk with my daughter when my daughter was visiting, because it was hard for her to lose her grandma. She was very good with her: she was very understanding, very caring, and she came by when mom died just to be there. There is counseling and they also have a spiritual adviser that comes by. He came every other day to see her. They have RNs, doctors who follow them, and there are nurses' aides, so they had all the bases covered. Whatever we needed from them, they had it covered.