At Inspire Neurocare, we support people with neurological conditions to manage pain and improve quality of life at the end of their lives.
People with a neurological disorder requiring end-of-life care due to the progressive nature of their condition may need specialist interventions and management to reduce pain and improve quality of life as their condition changes and their needs alter.
Our experience providing specialist care for people with neurological disorders at the end of their lives has given us a deep understanding of how to provide practical and emotional support for individuals and their families in a calm, caring way.
Supporting individuals with brain and spinal injuries, brain tumours, stroke, progressive conditions including dementia, motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis, Huntington's disease and other neurological disabilities, at Inspire Neurocare, our skilled nurses have advanced training in palliative care related to neurological disability and injury.
Our dedicated team of nurses receive additional specialist training from the moment they join the Inspire team. We uphold high clinical standards so all nurses can undertake procedures related to complex conditions, from ventilated care tracheostomy management, bowel management to catheterisation, seizure management and PEG nutrition.
Neuro-palliative care requires competent and dedicated care staff, and we employ the very best. Our carers and nurses are always approachable and compassionate, and they give everything to each person under their care to relieve symptoms manage pain maintain quality of life throughout.
Inspire is not a hospice or a palliative care home. Our community-based, caring environment, purpose built for individuals with neurological conditions, allows us to provide round the clock care for individuals at the end of their life. The service is ideally placed to provide a calm and comfortable environment for individuals with neurodisabilities a at the end of their life.
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