(PRWEB) February 20, 2015
End-of-life care is one of the toughest decisions family members may face. However, hospice is often the most humane way to care for a loved one who is nearing the end. It is also surrounded by controversy, as many news reports reveal substandard conditions in some hospice communities. An upcoming segment of In America with host James Earl Jones will focus on what viewers should know about hospice care in this country.
Over 1.5 million Americans a year are served by hospice care services. Choosing the correct care is often difficult to decide. Many families opt for in-home care over facilities, with fears being fueled by accounts of inadequate care. In America will cover these concerns and more in hope of helping viewers make the best informed decision.
In America is an educational program featured on many television stations across the nation. The show focuses on a variety of topics that are important to today’s Americans. Actor James Earl Jones lends his recognizable presence to serve as host and the face of the program. The show is not released by nor is related to PBS or APT.