Harmony Revival Supported Living Services Limited

Palliative Care

We understand how upsetting it can be to witness the effects of a terminal illness on a loved one. That’s where we come in, by providing expert palliative care so your family can make the most of their time together.

Palliative care at home allows you to remain in the place where you feel most at ease, surrounded by memories and the people you care about. You can have specialist support and symptom relief from serious illness whenever you need it with one-on-one support from a compassionate carer who is experienced in palliative care.

We provide a full range of services for people living with illnesses, such as coping with cancer or nausea and vomiting, whether you are looking for a full-time live-in carer or intermittent visits from a local care team. We adhere to national palliative care standards.

Palliative care at home can include the following services:

  • Personal care and assisted living services such as bathing, dressing, and toileting
  • Continence care, which includes changing continence pads as well as managing a stoma or catheter,
  • Medication assistance, such as prompts or medication administration, is available for even the most complex prescriptions.
  • Help with pain management
  • Moving assistance, whether gentle support or hoisted transfers, is available.
  • Housekeeping tasks such as vacuuming, dusting, changing beds, and doing laundry are examples of assisted living.
  • Preparing meals to your preferences and cleaning up afterwards
  • Feeding and walking your pet are examples of pet care.
  • Running errands, such as prescription pickup or grocery shopping
  • Companionship and assistance in maintaining your independence at home.

The Advantage of Home Palliative Care

One of the primary advantages of receiving palliative care at home is that it allows people to spend their final months, weeks, and days in the place where they feel most comfortable and safe: their own home. While receiving palliative care, they will be in the company of someone they know and trust. Knowing this can provide peace of mind to families and close friends as well as the person receiving care.