Compassionate care in your own home
What is palliative care?
Palliative care is a type of care that is provided to patients who have a life-limiting illness or condition. The goal of palliative care is to improve the quality of life of the patient and their families by managing pain and other symptoms, providing emotional and spiritual support, and helping them to live as actively as possible.
Palliative care is available to patients at any stage of their illness, and it can be provided in a variety of settings, including hospitals, hospices, and the patient's own home. The UK has a strong commitment to palliative care, and there are a number of organisations and charities dedicated to promoting and providing this type of care.
Continuing health care
Oakhaven Care Ltd has a contract with West Hampshire CCG to provide home care for clients on the palliative framework. Our compassionate care will be tailored to needs based on nursing assessment and can be from one visit a day through to night care and 24-hour live-in care.
Our team of trained Community Care Assistants work with clients to keep them safe and comfortable. We adapt and tailor care to meet the exact needs of each individual.
How do I know if palliative care is right for me?
We provide high-quality expert care across the New Forest, Totton, Waterside, Hythe and Romsey. If you have any questions, or want to find out more about what services we can provide for you, call us on 01590 646 440