Priyojon Hospice Care Business3 weeks ago - Services - Dhaka - 58 views
The aim of Priyojon hospice care is to improve the lives of peoplewho have an incurable illness. Our Hospice provide care for people from thepoint at which their illness is diagnosed as terminal, to the end of theirlife, however long that may be. Looking after your health and wellbeing isimportant when you are living with a terminal (life-limiting) condition.
It doesn't mean hospice care needs to be continuous. Peoplesometimes like to take a break from hospice care if their condition has becomestable and they are feeling well.
Priyojon Hospice care places a high value on dignity, respect, andthe wishes of the person who is ill, and aims to look after all their needs.Care also extends to those people who are close to the patient, and into thebereavement period after the patient has died.
Priyojon Hospice teams include doctors, psychiatrists, nurses,social workers, therapists, counselors and trained volunteers. Our Hospices aimto feel more like a home than hospitals do. They can provide individual caremore suited to the person who is approaching the end of life, in a gentler andcalmer atmosphere than a hospital.
When doesPriyojon hospice care start?
Some people think that you only have hospice care when you aredying, but this is not true. A hospice palliative care team might help controlsymptoms such as pain or breathlessness early on in your illness, with youstaying at the hospice for a few days before going home again.
What does Priyojonhospice care cover?
We offer medical and nursing care, including controlling pain andother symptoms.
It may also offer:
complementary therapies, such as massage
rehabilitation (helping you build up your health and strength,such as through exercise)
respite care (giving your carers a break from caring for a while)
information about financial and other practical issues
spiritual and psychological help
Planningahead for the end of life
If you have a terminal illness, or are approaching the end of yourlife, it may be a good idea to make plans for your future care. Planning aheadin this way is sometimes called "advance care planning", and involvesthinking and talking about your wishes for how you are cared for in the finalmonths of your life. People usually carry out advance planning because theyhave a condition that is expected to get worse, which may mean they will not beable to make or communicate their decisions in the future.
Anyone can plan for their future care, whether they areapproaching the end of life or not. Advance care planning can let people knowyour wishes and feelings while you're still able to.
Planning ahead can help your partner or relatives when you arenearing the end of life.
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