By Sadler, Clair
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Availability of these different professionals may depend on where you are located. g. GP, district nurse, while others may be available through social care teams, community healthcare or specialist services such as hospice teams. 1 illustrates how complex care services can be, with lots of different teams, with the GP central to care and support. 1 Who might be involved in supporting end of life care people? Title or team Role and information Physiotherapist Assess an individual to understand how physical problems may impact on their ability to lead as independent life as they are able; to determine if they can offer support to help reverse any physical issues or assess for the need for adaptation, for instance, through specialist equipment.
Some areas may also have voluntary services. Volunteers will stay with an individual in their own home while their family member or carer leaves the house for a short period. Find out about the different services available in your local area. Why not try your local council’s website? Here you may find contacts for local organisations and groups. 86] at [07/18/16]. Copyright © McGraw-Hill Global Education Holdings, LLC. Not to be redistributed or modified in any way without permission. Where are people cared for and who is involved?
Aa Do they live alone? aa Are they cared for by their partner? Is their carer elderly or do they have their own health problems? aa Is it a daughter or son looking after an elderly parent? Do they have young children or other caring responsibilities? aa Is the environment appropriate? Is more equipment or adaptation required or does furniture need to be moved? 86] at [07/18/16]. Copyright © McGraw-Hill Global Education Holdings, LLC. Not to be redistributed or modified in any way without permission.
A practical guide to end of life care by Sadler, Clair