For the Public


Homestead Hospice is dedicated to our communities and we want to share our knowledge. We do this by providing information and education to help people facing end of life decisions make the right choices during this difficult time.


If you have not found the answers to the questions you are asking on this website, please feel free to call our office and we will be happy to have someone help you.


Homestead Hospice is a certified presenter of Virtual Dementia Tour©. This tour helps to better understand the challenges that patients face when going through dementia. If you would like to get more information about this detailed look into dementia, please call Janice Keclik at 404-834-8098 or send an email to


For Healthcare Professionals


If you are a healthcare professional and would like to have a presentation given at your facility, please feel free to contact us so we can meet your needs. You can reach Marty Benson, VP of Business Development, at 404-834-8097 or


Our Continuing Education classes are certified and each one gives 1 hour of continuing education to help fulfill the requirements for Social Workers.


Our Virtual Dementia Tour© is a great way to get healthcare professional to better understand the daily challenges that dementia patients face.


Topics Available (non-credited)


  •     Benefits of Working with Hospice
  •     Identify, Report and Minimize Senior Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation
  •     Infection Control
  •     Fall Prevention
  •     Introduction to Pain and Symptom Management
  •     Caring for Patients with Dementia/Alzheimer's Disease
  •     Medication Management
  •     Quarterly First Aid/CPR Training
  •     Incident Reporting/Adverse Reactions
  •     Patient Rights
  •     HIV/AIDS
  •     Artificial Hydration and Nutrition
  •     Wound Care
  •     Advance Directives
  •     Signs and Symptoms of Impending Death
  •     Stages of Grief from Mourning to Joy




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 Homestead Hospice does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability or age in admission,

treatment or participation in programs, services and activities or in employment.