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As more patients look for high-quality healthcare options, our palliative therapy offers a thorough and holistic care plan for rehabilitation, enriching lives and enabling your loved ones to regain a sense of control.

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What Is Palliative Care?

Palliative care is a structured and adaptable form of specialized medical care for patients who, as a result of their serious illness, need a higher standard of living. It may be used in conjunction with curative therapy. In general, a team of medical professionals with experience in palliative care, including a primary physician, pain management doctors, a nurse, a caregiver, and many others, is appointed to help you recover from your illness while minimizing pain.

Additionally, palliative care enhances patients' quality of life by making the journey more enjoyable in accordance with their assessed healthcare needs. In other words, it emphasizes addressing the patient's and their family's physical, emotional, social, and spiritual demands as well as relieving pain and other physical discomforts. It also emphasizes preventing complications. See if our skilled palliative care team and pain management specialist can be of use to you.
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How Can Palliative Care Help You and an Elderly Loved One Live Better Life?

There are a seemingly endless number of reasons to seek palliative care, especially if you want to manage and relieve chronic pain by finding effective ways to make the situation as pleasant as possible. Palliative care will provide you and your loved one with holistic, all-inclusive care that will raise your quality of life.

By taking action to treat disabling pain disorders, relieve other discomforts, and avoid subsequent consequences, patients and their families can experience higher well-being throughout the healing process. They can spend a lot of time together in their most cosy and familiar setting with hospice and palliative care, as the latter can be comfortably delivered at home.

Anyone has the right to receive well-focused palliative care, whether you are the patient or your ageing loved one. Get diagnosed and receive the best care possible for you, from basic at-home care to all-encompassing acute care.
Personal Care

Simple Nursing Care

Assistance with normal nursing interventions like emptying bedpans, suctioning and changing nasogastric feeding tubes.

Complex Nursing Procedures

Get specialized care at the pivotal stage for a smooth discharge from the hospital to your home. Allow patients to acclimate to their homes' comfortable atmospheres after being treated in an inpatient institution.

Personal Care

Personalized help with daily living activities (ADLs), such as showering and clothing, as well as many other individual preferences including maintaining continence and eating or drinking.

Home Therapy

Short-term, physician-directed therapy to aid a patient in avoiding or recovering from a disease or hospital stay. For a predetermined period of time, live-in caregivers are assigned to an elderly adult's home to offer care.

Night Care

Assistance is provided throughout the night to help with activities like using the restroom or nursing, prevent wandering and lessen the risk of falling.
Respite Care

Respite Care

No one is equipped to handle caring for elderly, ill, or disabled family members on their own. Take advantage of our respite care services, and let our health professionals handle the work so that you can take a much-needed rest.
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Our Palliative Caregiver Support

Reach out to us if you've been struggling to balance your life while taking on the duties of a caregiver; we can provide you with the support you require.
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Palliative Caregiver Training Program
The Activities of Daily Living (ADL) Core Homebase Program is designed to teach caregiver knowledge and skills to all types of caregivers, particularly family members and foreign domestic workers. Through this course, we help our caregivers acquire the best support abilities so they can deliver quality palliative care at home. Among many of the topics discussed in class are mobility and transportation, medication reminders, and dental hygiene.
Wellness and Stress Management Programs
Although managing responsibilities can be challenging, providing care can be an enriching job. One might experience stress at their job if it's difficult for them to accomplish their duties to the best of their ability or if they feel overwhelmed by the situation. By supporting our caregivers in coping with stress and regaining control through a multitude of stress management programs given by different institutions in Singapore, we enable to provide a way to handle the burden of delivering palliative care.
Continuous Training
The process of looking after people is a never-ending teaching moment. Being a first-time caregiver may make you feel anxious or ill-equipped to take care of your loved one. We can unquestionably help our caregivers acquire the abilities and knowledge required to support the elderly in obtaining palliative care in a secure and encouraging home and be effective caregiver Asia.

Cost of Pain Solutions in Singapore

Depending upon the type of clinic, pain solutions without treatment might cost anywhere from $70 to $120. Patients in Singapore often pay between $80 and $150 for every appointment with a medical professional.
Live-in Caregivers
$ $80 and $150 /appointment

Palliative Care Singapore FAQs

Are Palliative, Hospice, and End-Of-Life Care All the Same?

In the last few years, end-of-life and palliative care standards have shifted. Palliative care incorporates end-of-life care, but it also includes a lot more. Palliative care is the treatment of people who suffer from a life threatening illness for which there is no cure or total regression of the disease or its progression. It entails managing physical symptoms gradually and advancing rather than a quick onset and progression.

While end-of-life care, often known as hospice care, is a type of palliative care that focuses on critical patients nearing the end of their lives. End-of-life care focuses on preserving the quality of life dependent on advance care planning while also providing legal assistance. The focus on helping patients to die naturally is an integral feature of end-of-life care.

What Can Home Palliative Care Help With?

The most comprehensive Palliative Care Singapore enables you to remain in the place where you are most at ease, accompanied by memories and loved ones. At home, you can get professional assistance and manage chronic pain from a caregiver who is skilled in palliative care anytime you need one.

The palliative care team covers personal care, managing pain for physical and neurological symptoms, medication administration, meal management, and companionship care.

Can a Recipient of Palliative Care Recover?

Palliative care can sometimes enhance a patient's health for various reasons: nutritional needs are satisfied, medications are managed, they are socially engaged daily, they receive more constant medical and individual help, and so on.

Some patients improve and are no longer in need of palliative care. Others with chronic conditions, such as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), may enter and leave palliative care as needed. If a cure for a life-threatening condition remains unclear, palliative treatment can help patients live much better.

Does RC Caregivers Provide 24-Hour Home Palliative Care?

Home palliative care is available for the elderly who prefer to stay in the safety and convenience of their own homes. We have 24-hour attentive personal care personnel and skilled healthcare specialists on-call 24 hours each day in the community.

How Soon Will I Receive the Palliative Care Service?

Palliative care can commence at any point throughout your illness, even before you're diagnosed and receive treatment. You will not have to delay before the condition worsens to an advanced phase until either you're nearing the end of your life to get help. Palliative treatment should be made as soon as possible.

Can RC Caregivers Palliative Care Service Be Subsidised?

RC Caregivers does have an assisted living facility that is an excellent option for government-subsidised nursing homes in Singapore. The patient may apply for palliative care services in the Inpatient Hospice Palliative Care Service (IHPCS). It helps end-of-life patients who have yet to be cared for at home and needs inpatient treatment. A medical practitioner must assess the patient to decide if IHPCS is suitable for their condition.

What Are RC Caregivers Palliative Care Packages?

RC Caregivers is driven to deliver exceptional senior care available. We offer a range of palliative care packages, spanning short-term to long-term, with various care durations, so that either you or your ageing loved one can choose one that ideally suits your requirements and preferences.

How Little Time Is Allotted for a Palliative Care Visit?

An RC Caregivers palliative care visit can last around one hour at the least, relying on the requests of the family and the needs of the patient.

How Long Does Palliative Care Usually Last?

Palliative care can endure for years in certain circumstances, and you can have it at any point during your disease, such as when you're dying. Palliative care measures can assist in managing pain and other symptoms during such a time.

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