Serenity Point Hospice, LLC.

762 East Chestnut
Canton, IL 61520

CHAP Accredited
Serenity Point Hospice, LLC.

When Quality Care & Peace
Of Mind Matter Most

Phone: 309-435-7050
Fax: (844) 813-1772

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Routine Care

Hospice VisitsHospice team members make sure that patients under their care are comfortable, free from pain and able to maintain the highest possible quality of life. They visit the patient wherever the patient calls home—a private residence, assisted living community or nursing home.

Hospice team members visit on average 3-5 times a week. Collectively, they provide physical, emotional and spiritual support to the patient—monitoring pain, managing symptoms, addressing nutritional needs, watching for emotional issues, and offering support. Team members also teach the family caregiver how to provide the best personal care to the patient.

Nursing services

A hospice patient is assigned a case manager nurse, who typically visits one to three days a week. Hospice patients and their caregivers can also access an on-call nurse 24 hours per day.

Physician participation

A hospice Medical Director will assess a patient in their home and manage all aspects of thier hospice care.  A hospice patient's regular physician can remain involved, in cooperation with the hospice medical director.

Medical social services

Patients are assigned a social worker to assist them with their emotional and/or social needs.

Counseling services

Hospice patients and/or their loved ones might need dietary services, as appropriate; pastoral or spiritual support; and bereavement counseling for family and caregivers after the patient's death.

Home-health aide

These aides can help patients with their personal care and typically visit two to three times per week.


If appropriate, hospice might provide a physical and/or occupational therapy.

Pet Therapy

Upon request Hospice Volunteers bring specially trained comfort animals to the patient's home for intermitent visits.

Volunteer Services

Volunteers provide a variety of life enriching services, such as reading to patients, playing games, pet therapy, manicures, errands, music therapy, etc.

Additional assistance

Some additional services provided through volunteer and/or charity programs.