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 caring@home aims to improve the quality of palliative care service delivery across Australia. Resources are available to support people to be cared for and to die at home, if that is their choice. Resources are applicable Australia-wide for community service providers, health professionals and carers to support carers to help manage breakthrough symptoms safely using subcutaneous medicines. 

 

  • One year on...

    *  3,500 caring@home carer packages distributed

        to health professionals

    *  3,800 caring@home downloads of palliMEDS

        app for prescribers

    *  1,700 downloads of Guidelines for the handling

        of palliative care medicines in community services

  

Clinical viewpoints

Taking the crisis out of an expected home death
Taking the crisis out of an expected home death

Taking the crisis out of an expected home death

Jacqui Culver, Nurse Practitioner from Anglican Care tells us about Home Care Package providers successfully introducing and using the caring@home resources. 

UPDATED - Implementation of the caring@home resources in the ACT
UPDATED - Implementation of the caring@home resources in the ACT

UPDATED - Implementation of the caring@home resources in the ACT

Rachel Bilton-Simek, Palliative Education Coordinator from Clare Holland House in Canberra reports on her experience in implementing the caring@home resources into practice across the ACT. 

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