Palliative Care

Palliative care is treatment, care and support for people with a life-limiting illness. It aims to relieve pain and other symptoms, and improve quality of life. It is often associated with end-of-life care.

Caring for someone with a long-term condition is a significant undertaking. You may need help with personal care and support, such as dressing, bathing and using the toilet. You may also need to take a variety of medicines at certain times in the day.

We can support you and your family with three kinds of care:

Call us on 0800 0121 247 for more information about our holistic care and to talk through the options.

Palliative care NHS funding

The Government is committed to every person nearing the end of their life receiving attentive, high-quality, compassionate care and for their wishes in their final weeks to be respected.

It may be possible to have the costs of care covered by the NHS who are committed to funding care for those who need it in their final weeks and months.

You may think that you won’t qualify due to the value of your estate, but end of life palliative care is different and is generally funded by the NHS.

Call us on 0800 0121 247 for more information about our holistic care and to talk through the options.