Palliative care services at Sparsh Hospice are provided free of any charge to needy patients
Sparsh’s new 82-bed facility in Khajaguda, Hyderabad, provides in-patient palliative care, especially for complex symptoms unmanageable at home. It includes beds for children’s palliative care, single rooms, and amenities like an amphitheatre, dining hall, library, physiotherapy room, auditorium, and a landscaped garden for patient and caregiver comfort.
Through a fleet of six vans, we provide home services to terminally ill individuals, focusing on pain and symptom management. Our home care services aim to enhance pain and symptom control, deliver nursing care, and address psychological and spiritual concerns. Additionally, we offer bereavement support to assist families in coping with loss and grief.
For a tailored care plan to beneficiaries we also extend out-patient consultations where a team of doctor, social counsellors try to extend pain management and nursing care. Currently our OP services are in Hyderabad, Nizamabad and Karimnagar.
Sparsh Team keeps track of and constantly follows up with all out-patients, discharged and home-care patients to check the progress of their disease and to find out how the patient is faring.
To increase the knowledge and awareness on palliative care, outreach team on regular basis conduct awareness programs in different localities such as colonies, companies, public bodies, offices, gated community and others.
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In order to enhance capabilities and bolster human resources within the realm of palliative care, we’ve initiated General Duty Assistant training in collaboration with skill development institutes. This endeavour not only expands our resources but also creates prospects for livelihood among disadvantaged women and men.
Additionally, we’ve introduced educational avenues for students and volunteers by incorporating our comprehensive learning program, the Certificate Course in Palliative Care for Volunteers (CCPCV), in partnership with IAPC.