End of life care: helping people to be cared for and die at home
Date published: 2016-03-02T00:00:00
This briefing by the Housing LIN (Learning and Improvement Network), funded by Public Health England, looks at the importance of end of life care delivered at home; describing the context; inequalities in end of life care; examples of good or emerging practice; and recommendations for actions. It is intended to be a practical guide for those working in mainstream and/or specialist housing, care and support and public health to understand their respective roles, and how they may work together, to help people to have their end of life care wishes met.
The briefing can be read here.