Coming to terms with the end of someone’s life is something that some people find very difficult to face.

We understand how difficult and emotional these situations are and aim to give the best quality of life to people and their families by providing holistic, compassionate care for people who are reaching the end of their lives.

Types of end of life care and support

Personalised care in the last year and months of life will result in a better experience, tailored around what really matters to you and your family

Frequently asked questions

End of life care funding is available from the NHS who are committed to providing attentive, high-quality care for those who need it in their final weeks and months. The NHS normally funds end of life care, even if you have significant assets.

Agincare care workers receive extensive end of life care training, specifically designed to maintain the dignity and control of people in their final weeks and months.

Every care plan is different for each person, Agincare care workers will always follow your requirements and preferences, especilaly any religious or cultural beliefs.

Your family will always be involved in your care package and will be involved throughout the process.

Both our care team and care advisors will support you and your family through this difficult time. However, there are some excellent resources such as Marie Curie who provide an emotional support line for families completely free of charge.

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