This booklet has been designed for family or friends providing support for someone living with dementia who is experiencing difficulties with eating and drinking in the later stages. of Dementia. This booklet may help you to make decisions, provide care, plan for future care, and it may also help to guide discussions with health professionals. You may not want to read all of this information at this time but might wish to come back to this booklet at a later time.
LCHS Home first assessment plan, avoiding admissions more information on Home first can be found using the link below https://www.lincolnshirecommunityhealthservices.nhs.uk/our-services/community-nursing/ict-referral-pathway/evidence-based-tools-and-support
Information for Health and Social Care professionals. This document gives information on how to make a referral to the Butterfly Hospice The Butterfly Hospice is a purpose built six bedded nurse led unit in Boston for palliative care Palliative Care patients. The patients who can most benefit from admission are those with non-complex physical symptoms, psychological or spiritual needs that are causing distress, or palliative care needs that are difficult to address in the patient’s usual home or care setting.
This document is the Palliative and End of Life Care Strategic delivery plan for Lincolnshire 2017 – 2022 STRATEGIC PLAN EXECUTIVE SUMMARY on one page
Lincolnshire Palliative and end of life care strategy 2017 - 2022
This document is for the use of Health and Social Care professionals This advice and guidance has been produced to assist those people who have to manage the care of the deceased and support the family/carers who may or may not be present at the time of death during the outbreak of COVID19. It is intended to support the process for confirming death during the outbreak of COVID19, which can be found in Appendix 1.
CD3 RECORD OF DRUG ADMINISTRATION BY HEALTH PROFESSIONAL
CD2 DRUG STOCK RECORD
Palliative Care Register and Care at Home Referral Form Single Point of Access Referral form for the Palliative Centre Coordination Centre (PCCC)
This guide will support non specialist teams who need to order home oxygen for palliative and cluster headache patients (normally following a consultant recommendation and not already under the care of a Home Oxygen Assessment and Review [HOS-AR] team). All other oxygen requirement should be referred to a specialist HOS-AR team. To ensure the patient fulfils the criteria for long term or ambulatory oxygen therapy – LTOT/AOT. Produced on behalf of the National Home Oxygen Safety Group.