End of life care

Forward-thinking care until the very end

Asquith Hall understands how challenging and emotional it can be to talk about a loved one passing away. This is especially true when it concerns someone living with dementia, for which organising end of life care for is best done early to include them in decision-making.

Our compassionate teams of professionals are with you every step of the way to bring a sense of control, clarity and calmness when you are ready to make arrangements for this beneficial yet sometimes difficult process.

Personalised end of life care

No end-of-life care plan begins without speaking with individuals and their loved ones about their wishes. These can include anything from emotional health and palliative care to spiritual beliefs and physical requirements like pain relief.

We can also discuss specific details such as who will care for the loved one during their final days, how their room should be laid out, i.e. having their bed by a window; visits from friends and relatives and external stimuli, with some wishing to have a radio or TV turned on and others preferring silence.

Ready for when you or your loved one are

End of life care can be explored, discussed and updated over a period of time to give families and their loved ones room to think, while others may feel ready to make arrangements sooner.

In any case, our qualified teams are trained to carry out end of life care across days, months or even years to ensure you or your loved one receives the best care when it’s needed.