End-of-Life Care/Palliative Care2023-08-25T10:53:31+00:00

End-of-Life Care/Palliative Care Northern Ireland

Compassionate, Dignified & Essential Domiciliary Care & Support

Individuals have the freedom to choose where they want to spend their time. Many prefer to stay home, in familiar surroundings, with their family and loved ones. Connected Health offers essential domiciliary support to help you and your family make this decision.

We will work with you and your loved ones to create a bespoke plan for end-of-life care. The domiciliary service we provide will be customised to your needs and preferences. We respect and value each person’s spirituality and right to receive dignified and compassionate care during this difficult time.

Our team will collaborate with healthcare professionals and other people involved in your care to manage your symptoms, preserve your dignity, and keep you as comfortable and healthy as possible.

End-of-Life Care/Palliative Care Northern Ireland

You can trust our caring and trained team to be there for you every step of your journey.

Personal choices and opinions — Connected Health places the choices and opinions of clients at the centre of all care solutions delivered.
Communication is open and sensitive — As a client, your loved ones are informed about all options and resources that they have to participate in care planning.
The care is person-centred and sensitive — It considers the wishes, priorities, and circumstances of the client and their family members or loved ones.
All of our care assistants have been trained in end-of-life care — They are also supported in learning new skills and expanding their knowledge to offer the best possible care.

Our team will collaborate with your health professionals and others in your care circle to manage your symptoms, preserve dignity, and keep you and your loved one as comfortable as possible.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is End of Life/Palliative Home Care?2023-08-25T10:59:12+00:00

End-of-life or palliative home care refers to specialised medical and supportive care provided to individuals at the final stages of a life-limiting illness or with limited life expectancies. Its main goal is to enhance the quality of life for these patients as well as provide comfort, dignity and support during their final days.

End-of-life home care addresses patients’ and their families’ physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs during the end of life. A multidisciplinary team typically includes doctors, nurses, home health aides, social workers and chaplains in providing this care.

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