When someone comes to Aurora House for end of life care, we focus not only on medical and physical needs they have, but also on who they were throughout their life and who they are now. Each of our residents has worth and deserves to “matter”, especially in this final stage of their life.

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Aurora House helps residents find comfort in their final days

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Care in Many Forms

We strive to support both our residents and their families as they walk through a very difficult time. Sometimes this means simply sitting with a resident, offering a caring presence in the room; sometimes it means playing a board game with younger family members to help them pass the time. Perhaps it means arranging for a visit from a cherished pet, or helping coordinate a phone call with out of town relatives who want to touch base. There is much more to a person than just physical and medical needs at this time; Aurora House attempts to address wishes and requests of our residents and families no matter what form they may take. In this way we can contribute to quality of life at a time when it is of utmost importance.

You and Your Loved One

Sometimes people come to Aurora House after many months of family members offering care at home; sometimes they arrive after a stay in the hospital. No matter what path leads to Aurora, this place is about you and your loved one. Aurora House provides a homelike environment that surrounds residents with warmth, understanding, and acceptance. It is a place to be together and a chance, once again, to simply be family, be friend, be loved one.

From Our Families

"There was a calmness, love, and security I felt there and actually missed when I left. I could never express the gratefulness in my heart.”
2019-04-02T04:53:26+00:00
"There was a calmness, love, and security I felt there and actually missed when I left. I could never express the gratefulness in my heart.”
“Not only did you extend your hands in a time of need, you opened your hearts to ‘strangers’ who didn’t know where to turn for help.”
2019-04-02T04:54:16+00:00
“Not only did you extend your hands in a time of need, you opened your hearts to ‘strangers’ who didn’t know where to turn for help.”
“There are just no words to express how we feel for the honor, respect, caring, and love that not only my father received, but our whole family from everyone at Aurora House.”
2019-04-02T04:54:38+00:00
“There are just no words to express how we feel for the honor, respect, caring, and love that not only my father received, but our whole family from everyone at Aurora House.”
"I miss all the many friends I met and got to know who showed so much compassion to both of us (her mom–the resident and herself)."
2019-04-02T04:54:59+00:00
"I miss all the many friends I met and got to know who showed so much compassion to both of us (her mom–the resident and herself)."
"When I think about the house and the time we spent there, instead of painful and heart-breaking, I actually remember it with a fondness and the sense of peace my mom and I both experienced there."
2019-04-02T04:55:22+00:00
"When I think about the house and the time we spent there, instead of painful and heart-breaking, I actually remember it with a fondness and the sense of peace my mom and I both experienced there."
“I know my mom was in the best place for care, love, and attention. Thank you for all you do!”
2019-04-02T04:55:38+00:00
“I know my mom was in the best place for care, love, and attention. Thank you for all you do!”
The compassion and love they [the staff of Aurora House Comfort Care] showed to our Mom for the last six weeks [of her life] will never be forgotten. What more could a family want than when your Mom tells you she is so lucky to be at that home.
2019-09-23T12:19:47+00:00
The compassion and love they [the staff of Aurora House Comfort Care] showed to our Mom for the last six weeks [of her life] will never be forgotten. What more could a family want than when your Mom tells you she is so lucky to be at that home.