Suncoast Hospice Pediatric Care

Every child and family has a story all their own

When you or your family are coping with the serious illness or death of a loved one, you can turn to Suncoast Stepping Stones for guidance, planning and support.

Stepping Stones offers a wide range of specialized services and programs for children and young adults living with a serious illness, support for caregivers and families, and grief and counseling services.

Suncoast Stepping Stones pediatric team assists children, teens and their families through every step of their journey. The scope of care includes medical treatment and soothing therapies to relieve physical pain and symptoms as well as emotional and spiritual counseling to help children and teens cope with the hardships of illness. Our goal is to bring comfort to children and support to families so they can live life to the fullest with hope, courage and strength.

Stepping Stones programs and services are comprehensive and cover the following:


What happens when you call


When you call Suncoast Hospice, there’s always someone available to
speak with you. Our professional hospice staff and trained volunteers
have the expertise and knowledge to address your questions or concerns. 

Stories

Hear stories from those we serve every day and the lives that have been touched and healed by Suncoast Hospice programs.

The Servo family wished to give their sweet-loving baby boy Owen the best care and quality of life at home. Owen suffered from a rare, terminal genetic condition, and they brought him home from the hospital but needed help.

 

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News / Twitter / PR Updates

The many medical and social benefits of Suncoast PACE (Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly) program are discussed in a recent Pinellas Park Beacon article.  



Project GRACE, a subsidiary of Suncoast Hospice, joins with national, state and community organizations to raise awareness of advance health care decision-making through National Healthcare Decision Day (NHDD) April 16.