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Palliative Care.

Palliative care is care and personalised support for people facing a terminal illness, as well as their families and friends.

Palliative care’s goal is to help you have a decent quality of life based on your preferences and goals, while staying as autonomous and active as possible in the time you have left.

 Palliative care includes the management of physical symptoms such as pain as well as emotional, spiritual, and psychological support. Advanced cancer, motor neuron disease (MND), and advanced stage dementia are examples of life-limiting illnesses that cannot be treated and are likely to kill you.

 Palliative care can be provided at any stage of your disease, and it does not always imply that you will die soon; some individuals get palliative care for years. However, palliative care does involve caring for patients who are reaching the end of their lives, which is also known as end-of-life care. Depending on where you are in your journey, the strategy for providing care and support will change.

Quality Pallitive Care

Rising Star Care Solutions understands how upsetting and painful it may be for the entire family when a loved one is diagnosed with a life-limiting disease or terminal diagnosis. It’s a very emotional time for everyone involved, so everyone needs to be careful, understanding, and polite.

Our high-quality palliative care at home manages any symptoms a person is having while also addressing their emotional and psychological needs. All in their favourite spot-their own house.

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An Experienced Pathway for palliative Care

What Comes With Our Palliative Care Service?

We understand how critical drug management is for patients undergoing palliative care. Our professional caregivers have undergone medication management training and use an electronic medication management system to guarantee that all medications are handled proactively and efficiently. Prescriptions will also be collected at the drugstore.

We provide nurse-led care, which means that our professional caregivers are trained to monitor and recognise any changes in your health, responding accordingly and preventing any unnecessary hospital stays.

We monitor and assess health outcomes as part of our commitment to providing high-quality palliative care at home. This allows us to continuously enhance the care we give.


We collaborate with premier nursing firms and other healthcare specialists as necessary to guarantee that any sophisticated medical treatments can be performed at home. If you need to go to the hospital for treatments or therapy, our kind caregiver will accompany you and provide support precisely when you need it.

We give professional advice and direction on what equipment can help you move around your house more safely and easily, as well as ideas for making changes to your home that can make life easier and more enjoyable.

We understand how vital friendship is for someone towards the end of their life—even just a listening ear when you need it may have a big impact on your happiness.

We make certain that a properly matched, caring, and sensitive carer knows how you want to receive your care, ensuring that life stays fascinating, exciting, and joyful. Your carer will be present to support your emotional and psychological needs, which are critical when getting palliative care.

This might involve task-oriented parts of caring for someone, such as washing and dressing, as well as those that improve self-esteem, such as having your nails or hair groomed.

We recognise the significance of nutrition and hydration for someone reaching the end of their life. We endeavour to develop specialised meal plans that suit these requirements while accommodating a person's tastes. If you need help feeding yourself, our caregiver is here to help.

Types Of Palliative Care

Our palliative care for patients nearing the end of their lives is highly adaptable, and it can be provided as 24 hour live-in care, a short-term care arrangement, or respite care.

With a full-time, live-in care arrangement, a professional carer will live with you in your home and provide round-the-clock care and support, with the goal of improving your overall health and wellness while increasing the quality of your life.

There are several advantages to 24 hour care, not the least of which is that the carer will actually get to know you as a person, not just your care requirements, and will be available to support you in living your life as independently as possible.

Respite care or a short-term arrangement allows a family caregiver to take a much-needed break from caring for someone towards the end of their life, or it allows you to test live-in care for the first time to see how it works and whether it is the right decision for you in the future.