Home Based Care

Our palliative-trained nursing sisters visit patients in their own homes. The nursing sister co-ordinates the care and liaises with other hospice team members such as the doctor, social worker, community care workers and other professionals who may be involved in treating the patient.

What does our Home-Based Care consist of:

  • Regular visits by the Hospice Sister - the need is re-assessed on a regular basis as the patient’s condition changes
  • Pain and symptom control
  • Nursing management - how to deal with incontinence, wound dressing, prevention of bed sores, colostomy care, etc
  • Advice regarding nutrition and feeding
  • Equipment provisions - commodes, wheelchairs, mattresses, sheepskins and walkers may be loaned by hospice patients at no charge
  • Emotional support

Partners & Sponsors

  • Alberton Selfstorage
  • Grindrod
  • Fusion Digital
  • AC Industriel Cleaning
  • Mgwezi
  • Afripanel
  • The Creative Cafe
  • Reading Country Club
  • SCS Archritecs
  • Phatman Designs
  • Coenbuild Logo2
  • Grayston Travel
  • Alberton Rekord
  • Corner Stone
  • Sudwest Charcoal Experts
  • Steve's Auto Tech & Diagnostics

Contact Us

Contact Information


  • 010 442 5059

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    +27 86 724 0480

    0520756

    096-632
  • Account Name
    Stepping Stone Hospice and Care Services

    Bank Name
    Absa

    Branch Code
    632005

    Account Number
    4086095643
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