Palliative care can be an extremely difficult and emotional choice.
End of life home care can be one of the most impactful decision one makes. But we’re here to support you on the journey and make like more comfortable for everyone involved.
Palliative care focuses on the relief of pain and other symptoms and problems experienced in serious illness. The goal of palliative care is to improve quality of life, by increasing comfort, promoting dignity and providing a support system to the person who is ill and those close to them.
Palliative care is appropriate for anyone of any age who is facing serious illness. It can be delivered alongside active treatments designed to try to prolong life at an early point in the disease process. It is also applicable at the end of life and into bereavement Palliative care neither hastens nor prolongs death.
Palliative care is also known as ‘comfort care’. End-of-life care at home is suitable for when a loved one needs support not just physically, but mentally, and can be tailored to the values, beliefs, and preferences of the client. Our first priority is listening to what you need and tailor the best environment possible.
Discussions as the end of life approaches Assessment and care planning Co-ordination of care Service delivery Last days of life Care after death