Palliative care is care for the body, mind and spirit of the patient and family.
Palliative care gives comfort, not only to the patient, but to all those who love and care for them. Nothing is worse than watching a loved one suffer.
Palliative care is truly listening and not just “hearing.” It is helping patients to live their best lives, even when facing death.
Palliative care is a type of supportive care that prepares and supports patients and caregivers either in hospital or at home for what lies ahead.