At Allay Home and Hospice, we consider it a privilege and responsibility to ensure that those with a life-limiting illness live each day in comfort and with dignity. When medicine cannot provide a cure, Allay supports hospice patients and their families through their end-of-life journey - providing the compassion and assistance necessary to maintain the best possible quality of life.
Proud to be locally owned, Allay Home and Hospice first opened its doors in Brookfield, Wisconsin in 2007. We have since added offices in Racine and Jackson to better serve all communities throughout Southeastern Wisconsin.
Allay strives to provide the best, most compassionate care that can be experienced through the last phase of life's journey. We do that by tending to our patients physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
In addition to nursing, social work and spiritual care, one of our goals is to connect patients with a volunteer who is trained as part of the hospice team to provide companionship and non-medical assistance. We take pride in connecting our volunteers' ability and experience to areas that will best serve our patients and families. For some volunteers, it is his or her ability to be a comforting presence and good listener; for others, it is sharing a specific skill or talent.
Our volunteers work side by side with hospice professionals in providing comfort and care when it is needed most.
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