Palliative Care webinar upcoming on 21 May


We will have a webinar called “Palliative Care”. 

Palliative care is treatment, care and support to help for people who are very sick and can't get better and will die from illness. So this care is all about making them feel as good and happy as possible. 

We will have Sophie, a hearing doctor based in Perth, specialises in palliative care medicine, providing home-based care to people of all ages. 

She will explain more about what palliative care is - supporting each person doesn’t matter what’s their age for what they need. This includes reducing pain, making plans for the future, and arrange counselling to cope with emotions. 

Palliative care also helps families talk about important things together, supports and respects cultural traditions, and offers respite care.

You are keen to know more? Then come and watch this webinar!

Deaf Australia, Expression Australia and Deaf Victoria are working together to ensure this webinar is accessible. Auslan interpreters and captioning will be provided.

Please register soon.

Visual description

Paula is standing in front of a beige wall and wearing a black t-shirt, she has long blonde curly hair and is wearing glasses. She is signing towards the camera in a friendly manner.

Learn more about specialised care and support provided for someone living with a life-limiting illness. Auslan interpreters and captioning will be provided.

When: 21 May 2024
7:30pm – 8:45pm (NSW, VIC, QLD & TAS)
7:00pm – 8:15pm (SA & NT)
5:30pm – 6:45pm (WA)

Where: Online via Zoom

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