Palliative care

What is palliative care?

Palliative care is specialised medical support that aims to improve the quality of life for people suffering from serious illnesses such as cancer or heart failure.

It focuses on targeted symptom relief and complements curative treatments, reducing illness-related stress for both patients and their families.

Personalised palliative care

Our specialised palliative care enables your family to make the most of their time together.

Palliative care at home allows you to remain in the place where you feel most at ease, surrounded by your memories and loved ones. You can receive specialist support and symptom relief from serious illness whenever you need it, thanks to one-on-one care from a compassionate carer who has been trained in end-of-life care.

Palliative care can support you with:

  • Personal care

We can help with all aspects of personal and continence care, from managing a stoma or catheter to bathing and

  • Preparing meals

A palliative carer can cook healthy, balanced meals to ensure you get all the nutrients you need, as well as prepare your favourite meals and snacks.

  • Mobility support

 Our carers are fully trained to provide safe and practical mobility support, allowing you to move around your home securely and confidently.

How quickly can palliative care be arranged?

Long-term illnesses can cause symptoms to change rapidly, necessitating urgent care.

We provide emergency home care and respite live-in care, and we can often arrange care within 24 hours of your initial call. This is especially useful if your circumstances do not allow you to plan ahead. If you are currently in the hospital or a residential facility, your local dedicated care manager can assist you in returning home.

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