Palliative Care And End of Life Care

Palliative care is for people who have an incurable illness, complex medical conditions or are living with multiple diagnoses.

What is End of Life Care?

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. 

Who provides end of life care?

Different health and social care professionals may be involved in your end of life care, depending on your needs. For example, hospital doctors and nurses, your GP, community nurses, hospice staff and counsellors may all be involved, as well as social care staff, chaplains (of all faiths or none), physiotherapists, occupational therapists or complementary therapists.

If you are being cared for at home or in a care home, your GP has overall responsibility for your care. Community nurses usually visit you at home, and family and friends may be closely involved in caring for you too.

Information & Advice

Other Services

Niosie understands that every elderly person is unique. You can choose from a wide range of bespoke services when tailoring home care for your loved one.