Many people believe its the same as hospice care and it means the end of life but palliative care is different from hospice and when put in place palliative care can bring hope control and a chance at a better quality of life for seriously ill patients and their caregivers. A global hospice and palliative care support network current trends suggest that an increasing number of individuals of all races and ethnic backgrounds consider hospice an attractive alternative to end of life care in a clinical setting. Social workers membership info from chpca which provides advocacy for quality hospice palliative care and awareness of end of life care issues in canada. Palliative care options should be provided in a way that helps patients understand its goals and how it differs from end of life care however many people opt for palliative care only when they are very close to the end of their lives raljmakers et al 2011 wilson gott and ingleton 2011. Improving end of life care for those with intellectual disabilities claire lavin is a professor of psychology at the college of new rochelle in westchester county new york a licensed clinical and school psychologist she works with children and adults with disabilities in facilities and school districts in the greater new york city region
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