End of Life Care2019-01-21T23:24:54+00:00

End of Life Care

Discussing death has become a taboo subject, and hearing that you or a loved one is terminally ill can be shocking and completely overwhelming.

It’s easier to understand with your head, but it takes time to feel it and understand with your heart.

We work alongside and have great communication with medical professionals and other people involved. We are also a preferred provider for CHC and ASC.

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In the past most people died at home, being cared for by family and friends. People’s life expectancy was shorter in those days but in today’s society with better sanitation, medication and medical advances, improved housing conditions, better nutrition, people’s life expectancy has been greatly improved.

As a result there are generations who have not cared for a dying person.

PROVIDING RESPECTFUL END OF LIFE CARE

Death has become something that professionals deal with and something that happened outside the home. It is a ‘process’ that has become medicalised and depersonalised. Death is an inevitable unavoidable part of living, and we should be encouraged to live well on our own terms, until we die, in a place where we are happiest with our family, friends, pets and things around us. Death is not a medical emergency but a natural process that is a profound and uniquely individual experience.

Aspen Care are in the very happy position of being able to facilitate end of life care at home and support the dying person and their families with knowledge and confidence at the end of their life by building trusting relationships and active listening, respecting culture and religion.  We are trained in the physical care of the dying and have many years of experience. One of our manages is just completing her Death Doula training.

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Please contact us if you would like to have a chat about end of life care.

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PROVIDING RESPECTFUL END OF LIFE CARE

Death has become something that professionals deal with and something that happened outside the home. It is a ‘process’ that has become medicalised and depersonalised. Death is an inevitable unavoidable part of living, and we should be encouraged to live well on our own terms, until we die, in a place where we are happiest with our family, friends, pets and things around us. Death is not a medical emergency but a natural process that is a profound and uniquely individual experience.

Aspen Care are in the very happy position of being able to facilitate end of life care at home and support the dying person and their families with knowledge and confidence at the end of their life by building trusting relationships and active listening, respecting culture and religion.  We are trained in the physical care of the dying and have many years of experience. One of our manages is just completing her Death Doula training.

See How We Can Help

Please contact us if you would like to have a chat about end of life care.

GET IN TOUCH

Speak with us to see how we can help 01737 354821