Do you have a serious or terminal illness that leads you to needing constant care and support? Do you have a loved one who is close to passing away and need support as a family? If you responded yes to any of the above questions, Murray Healthcare may be able to help you and your loved ones with palliative care.
When people are nearing the end of their lives, the majority of them feel their homes to be the ideal place to be. Home is typically regarded as a safe haven, since it is often brimming with wonderful nostalgia from years gone by and is loaded with sentimental recollections. Being in a setting that you consider safe and familiar can help you have more fulfilling days by reducing the threat to your inner peace.
We understand that caring for a loved one at the end of life can be emotionally challenging and physically exhausting. It is apparent that end of life affects not only the person who is fading away, but it affects all your loved ones.
We will help to care for your loved one and manage your household affairs so that you will spend quality time as a family. This includes helping around the house, as well as running errands outside the home.
Murray Healthcare collaborates closely with NHS commissioners to provide you and your loved ones with a holistic approach to end-of-life care. We believe that everyone has the right to be treated with compassion and dignity throughout their lives, and we will be there for you and your family through this difficult time.
Our palliative care providers strive to meet your needs in terms of caring for you and your family and ensuring that your psychological, social, and physical needs are met.
What are the benefits you can expect from palliative care at home?
- To keep you in the comfort and familiarity of your own home, as well as close to our loved ones.
- To offer physical support to you and your loved ones, as well as to make you as comfortable as possible.
- To provide you with companionship.
- To ensure that your dignity is always protected and that your days are more fulfilling.
- To give you complete control over the care and support you get at all times, and to provide it with absolute professionalism.
Your personal care, medication administration, and food and drinking needs and preferences will be outlined in your care plan. We’ll work closely with district nurses and your doctor to make sure that any medical intervention that’s needed is documented and discussed with your family.