Palliative care overview and planning

Palliative care is the provision of caring and dignified support and services for people of all ages facing a life-limiting condition. It is provided wherever the person is, whether that is in the home, hospital, community clinic or hospice.

Here are some topics to help you understand palliative care and make decisions for yourself and your whānau when you are living with a life-limiting condition.

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