SOAR Pediatric Supportive Care

Sincere Out-stretched Arms Relieving the stress and pain associated with providing care to seriously ill children.


  • Provides physical, emotional, and spiritual support geared for children and their families
  • Offers professional staff with experience in pediatrics
  • Care plans (written instructions for staff) that identify the specific needs of your child
  • Care and play workers that provide creative ways to express grief
  • Activities
  • Nursing Services
  • Pain and Symptom Management
  • Social Services
  • Chaplain Services
  • Therapy Services
  • Dietitian Services
  • Volunteer Services
  • Home Health Aide and Homemaker Services
  • Grief Support: Chance's Journey, Expressions of the Heart and Soul
  • Audio Joy

When is a child ready for SOAR?

  • Are 21 years or younger.
  • Have a progressive disease in which you are no longer seeking a cure, but looking to maximize comfort and quality of life.
  • Have a significant decline in medical condition.
  • Require extra support and care in the home.

Whoever receives one such child in my name receives me, and whoever receives me, receives not me but Him who sent me. - Mark 9:37