Palliative Care

What is Palliative Care?

In Simple words, Palliative Care means relieving the immedicable suffering of the patients. Palliative Care provides the best possible ‘Quality of Life’ for the patient who has no cure.

Who needs Palliative Care?

Palliative Care is needed to people who are dying. Cancer, HIV/AIDS, End stage diseases are some of the common medical conditions that require palliative care.

Who provides Palliative Services?

Many different health workers are involved to provide palliative care. This include care workers to assist with day to day self care tasks, nurses and allied health workers who can help with specialized care and other support services that assist with emotional and spiritual support.

Our Case Managers assess our clients who need palliative care by coordination with our client’s key personnel and their doctors and pharmacist to enhance their quality of life.

Where are Palliative Care services provided?

Australian Nursing Alliance focuses on ‘Quality of Care’ for the elderly in their own homes. People who are dying want to be able to live with peace in their own comfortable place. We provide services in your own homes; however, it varies with different needs and desires. We provide palliative care services in any given area to achieve our goal of providing quality services at the end of your life.