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Palliative care generally focuses to relieve or prevent suffering in patients. These patients have diseases or conditions which are either not curative or the treatment being administered is not showing any response. Palliative care is very much different from hospice care, due to the fact that in hospice care doctors keep on trying to relieve the patient from their ailments, whereas palliative care aims to keep the patient happy and give them a better quality of life.
Few severe conditions such as brain injury, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, age related illness, dementia and cerebral stroke requires palliative care. These diseases affect the ability of a human being to do normal things in life and cannot be treated in one single go. For most of them, doctors need continually to monitor, the patients and the treatment advances gradually. Palliative care is designed in such a way that patients never feel they are away from home and in the mean time doctors keep on doing their work. Think of a time when forefathers of men remained healthy, fit and disease free, even in their late seventies and early eighties. Those days have long been past; people today even before approaching their old age, tend to have some kind of ailment, which prevents happy living, but with time the medical and hospital services have vastly improved. Hospitals today provide a wide range of live-in care for adults who require special attention to make their life happy. Adults and elderly people who are in requirement of these extra care services can go through this article for an in-depth knowledge about how it works.
Loga Care Ltd Live in carers are people who stay with you and help you in day to day life. Letâ€™s take an example of a nurse or a caretaker helping elderly people in everyday work to make their life relaxing and happy. Old age people are certainly weak and are not fit to have a work rate as that of a youngster.
Hospitals that provide these kinds of treatment facilities need to work along with multi-disciplinary teams. District nurses, psychiatric nurses, social workers, and family are well involved in the overall process. If you consider the cost and medical insurance of these treatments, you will be surprised to know that the expenditures involved in palliative care can be fully reimbursed from the medical insurance company. It should be noted that anyone wanting a hospice treatment cost to be covered must be found to be in the last six months of their lives. So caretakers are one of the better options to ensure that elderly people and patients requiring extra attention are given the care they deserve!!