Palliative care

Fully bespoke Palliative Care in your own Home

Following a terminal diagnosis, the journey ahead can seem daunting for both patients and their families. At Clarity Homecare, our expertise in Palliative Care ensures that those living at home with a life-limiting illness receive specialised support tailored to their needs.

Palliative Care

What is Palliative Care?

Palliative Care is specialised care for individuals with serious, life-threatening, or life-limiting illness or injury. It aims to improve quality of life by managing pain and symptoms while focusing on the practical, social, and emotional aspects of their overall well-being. It also provides support to family members who are facing the challenges of a loved one’s diagnosis.

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Over the shoulder view of an on call nurse talking to a patient who she is visiting at home. They are having a discussion about the patient's health.
Palliative Care

What does Palliative Care include?

Palliative care at home

Why choose Palliative Care at home?

Receiving Palliative Care at home is often a far better option than moving into a Residential Care Home. It allows you to continue living where you feel most safe and comfortable, in your home surrounded by the people you love. Homecare services are highly personalised; you will receive one-to-one care and only pay for the care you need.

Why choose us?

Why choose Clarity Homecare?

Led by experts with 28+ years in the industry

Supporting thousands of service users nationwide

Local offices throughout the UK

Care Quality Commission (CQC) registered

In-house training to city & guilds standards

Carefully matched care professionals

Fully bespoke and regularly reviewed care plans

Core values of compassion, and dignity with a family ethos

How do I start receiving Home Care?

Follow our five-step guide to arrange the best care solution for you

01.

Contact your local Clarity office

02.

Receive a free consultation

Our friendly care team at your local office will schedule a complimentary care assessment.

03.

Agree on your bespoke care plan

We work with you to create a bespoke care plan tailored to your requirements.

04.

Be carefully matched with a Clarity Care Professional

After carefully assessing your requirements, we identify and match you with a Clarity Care Professional who aligns perfectly with your needs.

05.

Your home care begins

Once you’re happy with your care plan, your care begins, with your dedicated care manager overseeing each step for a seamless experience. Your well-being is our priority.

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Palliative Care is required when a terminal illness or life-threatening condition has been diagnosed. It is provided to people who are living with conditions like Cancer, Parkinson’s, or Dementia, for example.

Palliative Care aims to relieve serious illness or injury symptoms while improving overall comfort and well-being.

No, not exactly; End-of-life care is more intensely concentrated towards pain management and comfort. It is typically provided to individuals in the final stages of life. In contrast, Palliative Care can provide support at any stage of a life-threatening illness or injury.

Contact Clarity Homecare today to arrange a free consultation with one of our Live-in care experts. Consultations typically occur in the home of the potential recipient or at a Clarity Homecare office. Alternatively, you can have your consultation over the phone or via video call if that works better for you and your family.

There is a good chance that your loved one is eligible to have their Palliative Care fully funded by the NHS through NHS continuing healthcare. This should be discussed with the GP or the doctor in charge of their treatment. If eligible for NHS funding, you can choose to have this funding as a personal health budget.

This allows you more control over how the funding is used. For example, if your loved one would like to receive palliative care at home, they can use their health budget to fund this.

Alternatively, the cost of Palliative Care can be covered privately or by a charitable organisation.

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