Dennis Kiley: Hospice Home

“I was immediately impressed with the welcoming staff, the family accommodations and the beautiful surroundings. A great deal of care is taken to make it feel like a private home.”

When Mabel Kiley received a diagnosis of cancer, her husband of nearly 65 years, Dennis, planned to care for her at home. But Mabel’s heart condition soon made that impossible, and the Kileys’ family physician suggested Henry Ford Allegiance Hospice Home.

“I was immediately impressed with the welcoming staff, the family accommodations and the beautiful surroundings,” Dennis said. “A great deal of care is taken to make it feel like a private home.”

More important to the Kiley family was that “Everyone was attentive to our needs—especially regarding Mabel’s pain. I am so pleased with how well my wife was cared for that I have recommended Hospice Home to others,” Dennis said. “The relaxing, comfortable environment makes a difficult experience more peaceful.”

When recovering from surgery or an injury, prepare your home by placing often-used objects within easy reach, and keep a hard-backed chair in every room so you can sit while doing daily tasks.