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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    Where do people get palliative care?

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    My mother is dying and I want to know if palliative care can it be given at home or only in a hospital?
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  • PCA is the peak national organisation representing the interests and aspirations of those who share the ideal of quality care at the end of life … View Profile

    Palliative care can be provided in a range of settings, for example:

    • the home
    • a hospital
    • an aged care home
    • a hospice.
    Most people with a terminal condition prefer to receive care at home, but this will depend on many factors, including:
    • the nature of the illness
    • how much support is available from the person’s family and community
    • whether the person has someone who can care for them.

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