What is End of Life Care?
End of Life Care is an important component of palliative care. This type of care involves care, support, and treatment for patients who are suffering from an incurable disease, and are getting closer to the end of their life.
Generally, end of life care is given to patients in the last year of their life. However, this cannot be specifically defined, as some patients only get access to palliative care in the last few days of their life.
The aim of end of life care is to make sure that a person is provided with all the comfort that is possible in their last days. Hospice facilities provide medical care to manage symptoms, reduce suffering through pain, and ensure maximum emotional support through the presence of friends and family.
It also involves educating the resident and their family to create an understanding of what they can expect during the last days, and how to make this experience comfortable. The hospice strives to provide the best quality of life to the resident in their last days.
End of Life/Palliative Care at Tranquil Loving Care
TLC’s hospice care provides support, treatment & compassion to residents. Family involvement is maximized to enhance the quality of life for the patient.
We provide day to day assistance, and create an environment that helps the resident spend their last days surrounded with love, care, and respect.
All residents enjoy the ease of living in a semi-private or a private room, where they are provided 24/7 medical attention.
Tranquil Loving Care’s medical staff consists of experienced palliative care nurses. Our medical professionals have provided End of Life Care at some of the nation’s top institutes.
The staff is available on-premise and works dedicatedly on a patient-centric end of life care plan tailored to individual needs.
When you partner with TLC, you can rest assured that your loved one is under the excellent care of top professionals.