Hospice and Palliative care pays attention to individual needs, monitors those who need it and helps to curate a care plan. Our care team also focuses on the cares and concerns of your family and loved ones as you cope with a life limiting illness. We ensure the best comfort care possible from the safety and security of your own home.
Rest assured that our qualified and caring care team will monitor your symptoms and provide the best home care and medical care to keep you feeling calm and comfortable.
Receive the best life care from sympathetic professionals who respect your cultural, social and spiritual needs.
Rest assured that your loved ones and family members will be listened to and supported as they deal with long term care, loss, and grief.
Suffering from a debilitating or terminal disease can be difficult and take its toll on yourself and those around you. Our carers understand your individual needs and provide the best care for you, including assistance with daily tasks, managing your medications and prescriptions, palliative care services, and monitoring developments and symptoms in order to help you in the way you wish.
Our Hospice and Palliative care team are available to take care of your needs and facilitate discussions around future decision making and make arrangements. We will do whatever we can to make your home a comfortable and stress-free environment to allow you to relax and enjoy yourself while spending time with your loved ones and doing your favourite activities.
Those receiving palliative care will benefit from these services offered:
Giving those receiving Hospice and Palliative care the peace of mind to know that their own needs are being met, as well as those of their friends and family is key to providing comfort and relaxation.
Our home is where many of us feel at our most comfortable, Alivio Care aims to bring the care and support of a hospice or care home into your own home, the most comfortable environment for you, in this important time of your life.
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