What is Palliative Care? The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines Palliative Care as “…an approach that improves the quality of life of …
Palliative care is both client and family-centred care provided to those with a life limiting illness, for whom the primary goal is to optimise the quality of their remaining life while minimising pain and discomfort.
When optimising quality of life and minimising pain and discomfort become the focus of care, choosing to be expertly cared for in the comfort of your own home surrounded by your loved ones, is the only choice.
Our highly skilled palliative care nurses and carers are experienced in the delivery of holistic and client-centred healthcare as well as being trained to offer emotional and psychological support, during what is a tremendously difficult time for clients and family alike.
Colbrow Care has enabled hundreds of people to remain in the familiarity of home for their final days through the provision of experienced and compassionate palliative care services.
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