Palliative care is about providing quality of life through comfort and expert care for the patient, but it is also about providing support and comfort to the family. When a loved one is dying, here’s how palliative care can help provide the best care, compassion, and comfort for your loved one.
It’s not easy to lose a loved one, and the lives of the bereaved are impacted in many ways. It is essential for them to heal after their loss. Families are often shaken by being involved at the end-of-life care of a loved one. Health care professionals can provide the best palliative care by understanding the emotional experiences of family members and offering the most support possible.
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, … Read More
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 … Read More