Services We Offer

Coordinated Communication

  • Work with families and physicians to optimize communication

  • Help families explore opinions, treatment options, or prognosis

  • Help families get the services they need in the hospital, home, and community

Supportive Care

  • Offer a caring presence

  • Staff that embraces each family’s unique journey

  • Spiritual support

  • Emotional support

  • Sibling support through partnership with Child Life Services

Care Planning

  • Help parents set goals of care based on condition and family values

  • Help patients and families find new hope

  • Support young adults seeking to complete an advanced directive


  • Treat common symptoms of serious illness including, but not limited to, pain, nausea, vomiting, breathlessness, delirium, constipation, and secretions

  • Anticipate, educate, and guide families and health care workers about what symptoms may occur in the future and how to prevent and/or treat

  • Provide families with on-call staff with palliative care expertise