Palliative Care


Why In-Home Care is Important

Whether recovering from surgery, a hospital stay, or dealing with the symptoms of a chronic condition such as dementia or MS, a top priority of great in-home care is to provide personalized and compassionate treatment. Here are some specific reasons why in-home care is important to the wellness of our loved ones. PERSONALIZED CARE IN THE COMFORT OF HOME The

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The Importance of Palliative Care

Dealing with the reality of end-of-life care is something that can be extremely hard to face. But when a loved one has reached that phase, we know that you want nothing but the best care, compassion, and comfort for your loved one as they transition to palliative care. Palliative care is certainly about providing quality of life through comfort and

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Returning Home From A Hospital Stay

Visiting the hospital for any length of time is generally an unpleasant or unwelcomed experience. It is usually as a result from traumatic experience. Most people are excited to be discharged and to finally return to the comforts of home. When recovering from illness, injury, or surgery, however, additional measures may be needed. Whatever the reason for your hospital stay,

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End of Life Care: What to Expect

Caring for a loved one who is dying is not an easy experience. Though you know the end of life is approaching for them, you will probably never feel ready. Knowing what to expect, and what you can do to assist, can be helpful. There are many options available for end of life care. Palliative care specialists are highly trained

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Compassionate Palliative Care and Personal Support

Palliative care doesn’t only involve the patient, and palliative support does not stop when the patient dies. Compassionate palliative care services provide ongoing bereavement support to family members and loved ones during the process. Family members are encouraged to have an open, continuous dialogue with one another, and with the patient. Family members also need to know that there are

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Stages of Palliative Care at Home

Palliative care is specialized care that aims to relieve suffering and improve the quality of life for people with terminal illness, while supporting their families and loved ones. A palliative care team helps patients and their families by providing physical, emotional, and spiritual support through the dying person’s final months, weeks and days. This care, delivered at the patient’s home,

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What Is Palliative Care?

Palliative care is the compassionate care of a dying person, minimizing their suffering as they progress towards the end of life. Medically, this is achieved by helping dull the patient’s pain with pain and symptom management methods. A person receiving palliative care (also known as hospice care) will have an active, progressive and far-advanced disease, with little or no prospect

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