My dad was hospitalized with pneumonia after Thanksgiving, 2015. He is also in congestive heart failure, has diabetes and vascular dementia. I knew it was time for Hospice services, but my parents were reluctant. Hospice meant "impending death" to them, instead of palliative care and other services. The owner of the company gave up her Saturday afternoon to drive over 40 miles to visit my parents (when my dad was discharged from the hospital) and to explain about the services my dad could receive. He was in much need of an oxygen tank, as his breathing was very labored and uncomfortable. My parents agreed to enroll in the program. We got the doctor's orders for Hospice that Monday morning, and by Monday afternoon, my dad had been visited by a nurse, got an oxygen tank, and a nebulizer. His meds were processed and filled and a chaplain visited him the next day. Hospice in His Care made a tremendous difference in my dad's quality of life, and moreover, gave my mother such piece of mind. Further, they are available 24/7 for any questions we have and are always professional and courteous. The company was a lifesaver for my parents and my family.