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Heart of Hope Asian American Hospice Care PDF Print E-mail

The mission of the non-profit, community-based Heart of Hope Asian American Hospice Care is to provide the highest quality of comprehensive care with physical, emotional, social, and spiritual support to terminally ill Chinese and Asian American patients and to their family members in the South Bay area. The hospice service is provided regardless of the type of health insurance the patients have or their ability to pay. If the patients have no health insurance and are not able to pay, the Hospice will take care of them as charity cases.

Last Updated on Thursday, 20 February 2014 04:57
 
End-of-Life Care Seminar for Chinese Americans PDF Print E-mail

This seminar provides an opportunity for Chinese Americans to learn about the end-of-life issue and community resources. It will present different aspects and needs at the end-of-life stage, and the options of end-of-life care in the healthcare system. It will clarify myths and misunderstandings regarding hospice care and enable Chinese American patients and family members to receive quality care in time of need. This seminar will be presented in Mandarin by Chinese American healthcare professionals who have experience in end-of-life care. Speakers will include a hospice nurse, a social worker, a chaplain, a family member who had used hospice, and a staff of Herald Cancer Care Network. Physicians who have passion in end-of-life care will participate in a panel discussion in the afternoon.

Last Updated on Sunday, 27 January 2013 01:53
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HCCN provides the following free services to cancer patients and their families.

National Hotline Telephone Care
Since 2011, HCCN has established a National Hotline Telephone Care program for Chinese cancer patients and caregivers in the US. The program consists of Mandarin, Cantonese, and Taiwanese-speaking volunteers who are trained in empathetic listening and caring skills, and are equipped to be sensitive to the caller’s cultural, language, social, and religious backgrounds. Through compassionate listening and support, these volunteers care for Chinese cancer patients and their family through the difficult time of their cancer journeys to lift their spirit and give them the gift of hope. If you or your friends are in the need of support, please dial 1-888-663-8585 between 9 am and 5 pm (Pacific Time), Monday through Friday, to speak to our hotline volunteers.

Cancer information in Chinese
Reliable information is provided to cancer patients and family members. Click here to link to our Chinese web pages or call HCCN at 408-986-85854x 103 to request printed materials.

Home/hospital visits
Requests for home/hospital visits in the Bay Area may be made by calling HCCN office at 1-888-663-8585. The request must be made by the patient or with the patient’s consent. We’ll call the patient for a telephone interview to better understand the needs so that we can select an appropriate volunteer to visit.

Our volunteers are strictly instructed not to give unauthorized medical advice, or promote any products or nutritional supplements or any other merchandise.

Chinese Cancer Support Group

This support group is open to Chinese breast cancer patients and survivors.
Time: the 3rd Wednesday of every month from 11 AM to 12:45 PM
Location:
Herald Cancer Care Network Office
1922 The Alameda, Suite215, San Jose, CA 95126
Language: Mandarin and/or Cantonese
For more information, please call 408-986-8584 x 103 or see our flyer.

Telephone educational seminars in Mandarin
Our Mandarin and Cantonese telephone seminars are free and an easy way for people to learn more about cancer and related issues from their home or office. Telephone seminars include a Q&A session, which allows participants to ask our speakers questions during the last 20 minutes of each seminar. Click here for scheduled teleconferences in Mandarin.

Information for healthcare providers
Click here to download a promotional card (Chinese, English) to give to Chinese cancer patients about free services available to them, or click here to fill out a form to refer a patient to HCCN.

Last Updated on Saturday, 22 February 2014 17:57
 

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