My Nest is Best Program
My Nest is Best is a family-centered program for children with progressive, life-limiting conditions. It focuses on enabling children to continue living at home, in a comfortable place where they are surrounded by the people, pets, and environment that brings them security and joy.
Each child and family has a team of pediatric professionals that works together with the family and their physician to control their child’s pain and symptoms, while keeping them as alert as possible to enjoy each day with their loved ones.
Our Prenatal Hospice team helps parents experiencing the uncertainty of a high-risk pregnancy, or whose unborn child is expected to have a limited life-expectancy. Learn more about this program here.
- Coordinated care from an expert team, including physicians, nurses, aides, a social worker, therapists, dietician, and trained volunteers
- 24-hour, on-call availability of hospice staff
- Home visits that are flexible and individualized
- Assistance with obtaining medications, medical supplies, and equipment
- Emotional and spiritual support for patients, family, and others who are meaningful in the child’s life
- Extended counseling and grief support
- Inpatient Care Center forrespite and symptom management
Established in 1994, My Nest is Best affirms life, celebrates the uniqueness of each family, and considers it an honor to walk alongside families, empowering them to care for their child.
To learn more about this special program, or to request pediatric or prenatal services, contact our referral center at 734.464.7810 or complete our contact form.
Hear from Angela Hospice’s pediatric physician, Dr. Nadia Tremonti, about how she breaks bad news to families, and finding the positives during tough times.
There’s no place like home…
When a child is diagnosed with an incurable illness, a family’s life can be turned upside down. Angela Hospice’s mission is to assist children and their families, providing healthcare, counseling, and allowing a sense of normalcy back into their lives.
The Verrino family, under the care of My Nest is Best, was interviewed for a documentary by PBS’s Frontline. You can read about their journey in their own words here.