End of life care charity launches information for people with a learning difficulty – Nursing Times


Nursing Times

End of life care charity launches information for people with a learning difficulty
Nursing Times
Looking after yourself; Your feelings; Work, money and getting the best out of life; Money and work; and Your family and friends; Caring for someone with an illness they will probably die from – Who can help? Looking after yourself; and Money and work.

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Monopoly for The Monarch event raises over $30000 for end-of-life charity care – Lincoln Journal Star


Lincoln Journal Star

Monopoly for The Monarch event raises over $30000 for end-of-life charity care
Lincoln Journal Star
Imagine needing end-of-life care for yourself or someone you love, and not having the resources to pay for it. That is the dilemma faced by many families who reach out to The Monarch for help. Fortunately, The Monarch By Eastmont has many friends, and

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Charity run for end-of-life care Saturday – Juneau Empire (subscription)


Juneau Empire (subscription)

Charity run for end-of-life care Saturday
Juneau Empire (subscription)
The run is a benefit for the Hospice and Home Care of Juneau, which provides nursing care to the home-bound and end-of-life patients in the familiar surroundings of their own homes. Participants can choose either a 5K or 1 mile walk option

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Charity calls for more choice for end of life care – ITV News


ITV News

Charity calls for more choice for end of life care
ITV News
The NHS could save millions of pounds if the majority of people who died of a terminal illness in hospital did so at home as most wished to do, a charity have said. Marie Curie said people are being denied the choice to die in their homes because of
Charities calls for free end of life social careLocalGov
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Too few people making end-of-life care plans, says charity – The Guardian


The Guardian

Too few people making end-of-life care plans, says charity
The Guardian
Most people in the UK do not want doctors to intervene when they reach the end of their lives beyond making them comfortable, but wrongly believe their family would be able to ensure hospitals did not medicate and resuscitate them, a survey shows.

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Charity in call on end-of-life care – expressandstar.com

Charity in call on end-of-life care
expressandstar.com
"But a blinkered focus on dying at home has meant other settings, such as hospitals, haven't improved what they offer people at the end of life. It also leads us to an uncritical view of dying at home, when we know this can be difficult and traumatic.

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