Aged Care Planning has experienced trained counsellors who can step in and help residents or family members during the often stressful and emotional times when a family member moves into care.
Sadness and grief are feelings experienced by all ages, however the elderly are more frequently confronted by these emotions as they struggle to come to terms with losses in many aspects of their lives.
After the death of a loved one, there is a period of bereavement, in some cultures termed mourning. It is often a time when feelings of sadness, anger, guilt and/or frustration and anxiety surface and can become overwhelming.
Palliative care focuses on providing patients with relief from the symptoms and stress of a serious, life threatening illness. The goal is to improve quality of life for both the patient and the family by identifying, assessing and treating pain and other problems encompassing physical, psychosocial and spiritual needs.
Aged Care Services
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What Our Clients Say
We are truly grateful to you for all your help with mum. I know this would not have been possible without your assistance. It is certainly a distressing time but you have made it very much easier for all of us and we all thank you.
James and I wanted to send a little note of huge thanks for not only the brilliant end result that you have arranged for Gerald, but more so for the comforting, counselling, understanding, time and support you have given our family.
Thank you so much for all your help, we couldn't have done it without you. We are very happy with St Louis, the care is wonderful. I am back from my trip to the US, much rested and ready for the path ahead.
“I found your understanding gave us the strength we needed, especially during the last few days when things became really tough. You have a gift of wisdom and a wonderful sense of humour and we are very fortunate to have had your guidance.”
Thank you very much for your prompt, professional and caring service. Doug has settled in well and is very happy. This is a great relief for me and my sister, Colleen, who were very concerned about making these big decisions about Doug's future. We know that the move was timely and we are very grateful that a vacancy was offered to us in such a short time.