Approved by CPD
End-of-life care is support for people who are in the last months or years of their life.
End-of-life care should help you to live as well as possible until you die and to die with dignity. The people providing your care should ask you about your wishes and preferences, and take these into account as they work with you to plan your care. They should also support your family, carers or other people who are important to you.
You have the right to express your wishes about where you would like to receive care and where you want to die. You can receive end-of-life care at home, or in care homes, hospices, or hospitals depending on your needs and preference.
People who are approaching the end of life are entitled to high-quality care, wherever they’re being cared for.
End-of-life care should be several things, compassionate, cost-effective, holistic and effective. There are usually a number of people involved in the care of people at the end of their life and it can be a difficult process to be part of.
This course will provide you with information about what to expect, how to handle some of the emotions associated with this time, and working with the other professionals involved in end-of-life care.
End of Life Care, Feelings and Emotions, Patterns of Dying, The Dying Process, Support and Aftercare.
This course is approved by CPD as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines.