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Having palliative care allows improvements on a patient’s quality of life, relieves stress of one’s illness from the patient and their family, allows patients treatment options to expand, and helps to organize care as the palliative caregiver works with other doctors and specialists on a care team.
Some patients are not able to do the things they once loved or need to do. Palliative care can set up grocery deliveries, 24/7 nursing line, nursing or social work visit once a month, coordinating in-home doctors’ visits, help organize medication deliveries, advice, referrals, set up future care planning, such as living wills, power of attorney paperwork, advanced directives (DNR’s) and much more. It gives the patients choices in their own healthcare journey, rather than feeling stuck or being told how they have to be cared for. Quality of life is a key component to palliative care. Rather than staying in a hospital, patients are able to be in their own homes and receive the same quality of medical attention and be given more freedom with their choices. Hospitals have to operate under a very specific set of rules and guidelines. With palliative care here at Elements of Elder Care, our patients get a choice in their medical health. They get to make choices with their health and don’t have to pay for all the other things hospitals are required to give.
This service does not cost you any money! We provide this as a complimentary service to give back to our community.
All these things help to improve the quality of life for our patients and their families here at Elements of Elder Care, in Phoenix, Arizona.
Since palliative care is meant to improve the quality of one’s life, it is important that patients know what they value most so that their care can be personalized to them.
Communication is pivotal with palliative care. Here at Elements of Elder Care, our nurses are proud to work with amazing doctors and specialists to provide quality care to our patients in their own homes. Since all our staff are certified nurses, we are able to communicate clearly with other medical professionals the needs and wants of our patients. We can organize and carry out healthcare plans so that both patients and their families can feel at ease.
“My health is preventing me from doing the things I love to do”
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Palliative care is specialized medical care for people living with a serious illness. Palliative care attendants focus on providing relief from pain, stress, and symptoms of life-limiting illness while improving quality of life.
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