This is the term given to holistic (whole person) approach to care for anyone who has life-limiting conditions and who are living at home. Palliative care aims to improve quality of life.
Most people prefer to stay at home and live independently for as long as possible, with care support. We support you and the professional medical and nursing teams. We can be there for as many hours as you wish.
Palliative care can apply across a wide spectrum of health issues.
Our carers support your family and the multi-disciplinary team in your home.
They are sensitive to this stage of an illness or condition, and to your feelings and those of your family members and friends. Liaising and communicating with family members is an important part of a carer’s role at this time.
Palliative carers offer:
In addition to specific palliative care needs, a carer’s normal priorities are to ensure you are are safe and comfortable at home include:
Don’t hesitate to contact us for any for a confidential, no obligation chat. We are happy to help you.
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