Phone
02071834884
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02071834884

End of life care

We have worked in palliative care for the past 20 years, providing a holistic approach for those with life threatening illnesses and their families. We are here to help with any physical, psychological, social or spiritual needs, helping to manage pain and any other symptoms. Our dedicated team will liaise with any healthcare professionals to provide ongoing support and can also offer respite when family members need some time out.  We have the resources in place to ensure fast support for palliative care and we ensure that all of our care is centred around what’s best for you – we know the importance of seeing you as an individual and providing care where you are completely in control.

Familiar surroundings

Staying at home allows close family or friends to care for you with support. Being at home may help you feel more in control and may make it easier for you to say your goodbyes.

Fast, flexible support

We can usually turn around our palliative home care services within 24 hours. From the moment you pick up the phone to call us, we will listen to all your needs and concerns, and follow up with a full care needs assessment by one of our qualified team.  Whilst an assessment is completed, we will line up the care team. Our care is always completely flexible for any changing needs or circumstances.

Close relationships with other professionals

We work closely with you and other professionals including GPs, district nurses and specialist palliative care nurses to make sure you are as comfortable as possible and to ensure you have the right support network and equipment in place. And we celebrate our local roots.

 

Key Benefits

  • Allows you to choose where and how you would like to be looked after
  • Quicker starts enabling faster hospital discharges
  • Flexible support as your physical needs change
  • Better emotional support for your family

Call us to discuss your care needs

02071834884

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