End-of-Life Care in Surrey

We understand that when a loved one needs palliative care, it can be an exhausting and stressful time. Here at Jackman’s Lodge, our specialist palliative care services ensure that your family member is completely comfortable in our residential home. Your loved one will live as independently as possible, being warmly welcomed into our community in the heart of Surrey. Our compassionate palliative care team is committed to providing the best end-of-life support for your loved one at our warm and inviting home.

Our palliative care home will always ensure that your loved one receives everything that they need during their stay with us. Ensuring you have the peace of mind that your loved one is comfortable and being cared for, our private palliative care services provide outstanding end-of-life support. Our residents are our number one priority and we strive to make them feel at ease the entire time they are here. Get in touch with us today to discuss your family’s individual requirements or to learn more about our Gold Standard palliative care home.


Specialist Palliative Care Services

If you are looking for specialist palliative care services for your loved one, our home in the heart of Surrey is the ideal place for them. At Jackman’s Lodge, we are a family-run home and our residents are part of our family too. We are proud to be approved by the Gold Standard Framework which is a highly respected end-of-life accreditation award. Our safe care home is an environment that offers our elderly palliative care residents everything they need. We strive to help them feel at home and our dedicated team will do all they can to ease any concerns or worries before your loved one moves in. Our experienced end-of-life care team provides our palliative residents with companionship, support and reassurance during their time at Jackman’s Lodge. On top of this, our elderly residents can also experience freshly cooked food, activities they enjoy and care tailored to their exact needs. Why not get in touch to arrange a visit to our beautiful home today?

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Our Compassionate Palliative Care Nurses

During their time at our palliative care home in Surrey, your loved one will become a huge part of the Jackman’s Lodge family. Our compassionate palliative care nurses will go out of their way to make your family member feel at home and provide them with everything they need. We understand it can be upsetting when a loved one requires palliative care. Our nurses will provide you and your family with all the support you need during this difficult time. Whether they are administering medication, dressing your loved one or learning more about their favourite hobbies, our nurses will go out of their way to make sure that your loved one is comfortable. Learn more about our private palliative care services today by getting in touch.

What Is Specialist Palliative Care Like At Jackman’s Lodge?

Here at Jackman’s Lodge, we are proud to offer your loved one our specialist palliative care services. This can include the following

✓ A tailored care plan for your loved one that is regularly updated
✓ Emotional support for families during this difficult time
✓ A comfortable and homely environment
✓ 24/7 round-the-clock care

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Visit Our Palliative Care Home in Surrey

Get in touch with a member of our team today to find out more about our specialist palliative care services and to discuss your needs in more detail. When your loved one stays with us at our private palliative care home in Surrey, we’ll make sure that they’re surrounded by all their home comforts to make them feel at ease during their stay. Our experienced palliative care team will provide a comfortable environment that allows your loved one to be dignified when receiving end-of-life care.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our compassionate team knows that it can feel distressing when a loved one requires specialist palliative care. To ease your mind that your family member is in safe hands, we’ve put together some frequently asked questions to help you understand the end-of-life care process.

What is palliative care?

Palliative care is specialised care for those who are living with a serious or terminal illness, such as cancer or heart failure. It can include both end-of-life care and hospice care. Elderly palliative care aims to provide your loved one with a comfortable environment whilst still supplying the medical care they need to treat their illness. Our specialist palliative care services can help to relieve the pain and stress of a serious illness. We also offer emotional support to both our elderly palliative residents and their loved ones where it is necessary. Palliative care is about improving the quality of life for anybody who is facing a serious illness. It can provide families with the peace of mind that their loved one is getting all the care they need whilst feeling at ease.

Why do doctors recommend palliative care?

Palliative care services could be recommended for a number of reasons, such as the fact they can provide relief from pain and help ease the stress of a serious illness. It can improve the quality of life for both the patient and their family, as their family may not be able to provide all the necessary support their loved one needs at home. Palliative care will also be based on the wishes of the patient, their family and what will be best for their treatment plan.

Is palliative care the same as end-of-life care?

Palliative care can be a broad, umbrella term. It does not always mean end-of-life or hospice care. End-of-life care includes palliative care. Having palliative care does not always mean that you are an end-of-life patient. Palliative care services make you as comfortable as possible if you have an illness that cannot be cured. It helps to manage your pain and offers relief. It can also involve psychological, spiritual or emotional support for you and your family.

What does a nurse do in palliative care?

Palliative care nurses can be responsible for a number of different roles. This can include simply monitoring palliative patients but also providing pain relief or management and administering medication. They may also provide patients with personal care that they might find difficult such as bathing and dressing. They will also be in charge of medical equipment and making sure that your loved one is comfortable and cared for.

When should palliative care begin?

A doctor may recommend palliative care services as soon as you receive a diagnosis and begin treatment. You may start palliative care at any stage of your illness, based on what is appropriate for your needs and treatment plan. You do not need to wait until your illness is advanced. The earlier you start palliative care, the better as you will have a treatment plan in place throughout and will remain comfortable. Some patients receive palliative care for years if they have a long-term serious illness. Here at Jackman’s Lodge, we will tailor our palliative care treatment plan to your loved one’s exact needs.

What is the difference between palliative care and hospice care?

Both palliative care and hospice care provide comfort. However, palliative care can begin at the first diagnosis and continue at the same time as treatment. Hospice care begins after treatment of the illness has ceased and when it becomes more clear that the patient is an end-of-life patient. Palliative care can be given alongside other treatments for your illness. For example, if you are receiving chemotherapy for cancer, you will still be able to receive palliative care to provide you with support and pain management.

To learn more about our palliative care home in Surrey, please get in touch with our friendly team today. Call us on 01483 694115 now.

To learn more about our palliative care home in Surrey, please get in touch with our friendly team today. Call us on 01483 694115 now.

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