Compassionate care, one patient at a time.

Hospice Services in Tarrant County

Lenity Light Hospice provides every patient and family with expert medical care in the comfort of their own home. Lenity Light Hospice strives to be a beacon of hope and a shining light in a world filled with stagnant healthcare.

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Welcome to the Lenity Way

Unsurpassed Communication

We understand during this difficult time, communication is the key to providing the highest care possible and to help alleviate anxiety. We keep you updated on your loved one’s medical care so you know what is happening and can rest assured that we are addressing their needs.

Unparalleled Medical Care

We ensure the highest medical care by reviewing medical records and clinical data with our hospice physicians regularly. Nurses, social workers, chaplains and physicians have scheduled in-person meetings to discuss and address the needs of every patient. We take care of the details so you can focus on enjoying life.

Unmatched Compassion

Our staff is taught regularly about our mission and vision: Compassionate Care, One Patient At A Time. We treat each one of our patients with compassion and empathy. It is built into our DNA, it is who we are. All of our visits are a MINIMUM of 45 minutes in length, regardless if it is a nurse, CNA, social worker or chaplain. We train our staff to slow down and be through so you get the time you need and get the most out of your care.


You have a choice. You can choose to enhance existing treatment with palliative care or elect to replace curative treatment with hospice. Let us help you.

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So, What Is Hospice?

Learn more about our services and what hospice can do.

  • Hospice is 100% covered by Medicare. There is no copay or out of pocket expenses.
  • Hospice is available 24/7 and will come to where ever you live, at any time.
  • Hospice’s goal is to improve quality of life and in many cases hospice can also extend life due to the increased care and attention the patient receives.
  • Hospice covers and pays for all medications related to the terminal diagnosis at no extra cost to you.
  • Hospice reviews the patient’s symptoms on a regular basis, usually weekly or even more frequently if needed, to make sure the patient’s symptoms are controlled.
  • The patient may continue to see his/her own PCP if desired.
  • A patient can return to the hospital and get care for non terminal conditions while on hospice.
  • A patient or family can cancel hospice at any time for any reason.
  • Hospice pays for all supplies that may be needed to help care for the patient (gloves, masks, briefs, etc.)
  • Hospice pays for most medical equipment the patient may need to help care for them (hospital bed, wheelchair, walker, shower chair, commode, etc.)
  • Hospice’s focus is on quality of life with detailed attention to pain control and symptom control
  • Hospice provides mental health programs for the patient and family.
  • Hospice staff includes nurses, nurse aides, chaplains, social workers, office staff and volunteers. All this staff is available to assist as needed.
  • Hospice offers bereavement and emotional support for a year or longer as needed for loved ones after a patient’s death.
  • Hospice takes care of the details so you can focus on enjoying life.
  • Hospice is an entitlement of Medicare, and is a true gift to those who choose to use the services.

Signs that someone may be in need of hospice support:

There is no set criteria for when someone is eligible for hospice. For admission to hospice, a physician must agree that a patient is eligible for hospice services.

We understand this can be a scary time given all the unknowns. Lenity Light is here to assist you by helping navigate the complicated healthcare landscape. We provide guidance giving you peace of mind knowing you are doing what is best for your loved one to make sure they get the best care possible in a timely manner at the highest standards.


Recent diagnosis of a terminal illness.

Recent diagnosis of terminal cancer, dementia, COPD, ALS, stroke, End Stage Liver Disease (ESLD), End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD), advanced lung disease, advanced heart disease, and other terminal conditions.

Difficult to manage medical conditions & symptoms

Progressive decline with worsening symptoms. This includes increasing restlessness, increasing anxiety, nausea and vomiting, dysphagia (trouble swallowing), shortness of breath, development of wounds, weight loss, and uncontrolled pain.

Recurrent hospitalizations or frequent doctor / ER visits

Increase need to see doctors or recurrent use of the Emergency Room. Multiple hospitalizations (3 or more in 6 months) may indicate there is something more going on and may be a sign of declining health.

Frequent Medication Changes

As patients start their terminal decline, they will become more and more dependent on medications to prolong their life. As the number of medications starts increasing to a significant number, it may be sign to step back and take a look at all options available to help care for your loved one including hospice which can help prolong life.

Increasing confusion and trouble communicating

Increasing confusion, anxiety and restlessness are common as one approaches the end of their life. Hallucinations and delusions can be common. Patients may be aware of their confusion which further compounds the problem. Patients can withdraw from social activities, have increased vision, hearing and speech problems affecting their ability to have simple conversations.

We are a professional organization built bottom up by caring medical practitioners.

We provide compassionate medical care with attention to detail and emphasis on communication.

Our bonds run deep as all of our patients become tightly knit with our organization and we become family.

Welcome to the Lenity Way. Let us show you what makes us the best choice.