End of life Care

End-of-life care (also known as Palliative care) is the care of people with a life threatening illness where recovery is not expected. Dealing with the resident
holistically to ensure their wellbeing is important, whilst controlling pain and other symptoms. We aim to provide the best quality of life for both residents and their
families during a difficult and emotional time.

Person-centred care

Safe Harbor offers active, compassionate care for chronically and terminally ill people, aimed towards improving their quality of life.

We offer 24-hour specialist care in a comfortable and homely environment. With multi-disciplinary teams we work with the resident, the family, carers and friends,
GPs and community nurses to provide a holistic care package. In particular, palliative care focuses on:

  • relief from suffering with the management of physical symptoms such as
    pain, sickness, tiredness or loss of appetite
  • psychological care and emotional support to cope with the complex feelings
    around death and bereavement
  • practical support and advice
  • spiritual care by discussing any spiritual or religious needs of the resident
    and their families
  • understanding the wishes of the resident in advance should their health start
    to deteriorate
  • care of the family - offering practical and emotional support both before and
    after the death of the resident.