Aspire Hospice

Welcome to Aspire Hospice Care and End of Life Counseling, serving Salt Lake City, where our top concern is time. Don’t ask “is it time” any more. Let Aspire help you make the most of all the time remaining.


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Aspire Hospice Services

When you come to the realization that your loved one doesn’t have much longer, sometimes the hardest part is deciding how you can help make the rest of their time as comfortable as possible. That’s what the Aspire Hospice care and end of life counseling services are in Salt Lake City to do.

  • Physician Services
  • Nursing
  • Hospice Aide
  • Social Work
  • Spiritual Counseling
  • Grief Counseling
  • Volunteer Services
  • Physical Therapy
  • Massage Therapy
  • Music Therapy

No Cost

All of our Salt Lake City hospice care and end of life counseling services are covered 100% by Medicare. No matter what kind of insurance you have, contact us and let us know. We handle all the billing for you, so your focus can be on your parents.

FREE Conversation Starter Kit

Open a quick chat with us, and tell us what is going on for free resources and advice. We can also send you the Free Conversation Starter Kit.

Frequently Asked Questions

“Hospice care seems way too expensive. I’m afraid it’s something I can’t afford.”

Hospice care may seem like an out of reach expense, but it is FAR more affordable than you may realize. Medicare currently covers the cost of hospice, so in reality, cost isn’t an obstacle at all.

“I feel like getting hospice care is like giving my parent a death sentence. I don’t want to do that.”

Aspire Hospice’s main focus is to improve the quality of life, not take it away. We do this by implementing pain management treatments, calming therapy and spiritual as well as emotional support for both the patient and caregiver.

“Shouldn’t I be the one that gives this kind of care to my parents? I feel like it’s my responsibility.”

Your responsibility at this time is to cherish the time you have left. If you try to take on the responsibility of recovery, you might actually be doing more harm than good. Every situation is different. That’s why we have trained staff to deal with special circumstances or illnesses the right way the first time.