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 End of Life Home Care, Palliative Care

Experience compassionate Palliative Care at home during life's final stages.


My experience and dedication ensures comfort, pain management, and emotional support for your loved ones

I prioritise their dignity, respecting their wishes, and providing a peaceful, familiar environment. Trust us to enhance their quality of life during this sensitive time.

I have experience of working with people with cancer during my time at Macmillan and treatment of progressive conditions, such as Motor Neurone disease.

Importance of End of Life and Palliative Care

Occupational therapists play a crucial role in end-of-life and palliative care settings, providing valuable support and services to individuals with life-limiting illnesses and their families. The primary focus of occupational therapy in this context is to improve the quality of life and enhance the comfort and dignity of patients during the end-of-life journey

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End of Life and Palliative Care process

Here's an overview of how occupational therapists contribute to end-of-life and palliative care:

  • Assessment and Goal Setting

  • Pain and Symptom Management

  • Activity and Daily Living Support

  • Psychosocial Support

  • Adaptive Equipment and Home Modifications

  • End-of-Life Planning

  • Family Education and Support

  • Legacy and Meaningful Activities

  • Collaboration with the Interdisciplinary Team

  • Grief and Bereavement Support

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