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Topic "Palliative Care" in Italian - total 31 documents

Title: About palliative care (Podcast)
Summary: Audio information about palliative care. There is no English version of the podcast available but the multilingual podcasts contain roughtly the same content as the brochure.

Title: About palliative care (video)
Summary: Palliative care helps those with an illness that cannot be cured by managing symptoms as well as providing emotional and spiritual support

Title: Advance care planning
Summary: The video explains Advance Care Planning, who will help make medical decisions for you & how will they know what you would want?

Title: Advance care planning brochure
Summary: Even if you are fit and healthy, it is never too early to plan your future health care. As part of your advance care plan, you can complete the following: A Statement of Choices, An Enduring Power of Attorney, An Advance Health Directive

Title: Advance care planning for care workers (bilingual versions)
Summary: Bilingual document introducing Advance Care Planning and how care workers may introduce it to their clients

Title: Advance care planning for end of life for people with mental illness
Summary: This guide will help support people with mental illness, their family and carers, with the complex and diverse issues which might arise around advance care planning for end of life.

Title: Advance care planning for individuals
Summary: Advance Care Planning Information targeted towards the individual and family

Title: Advance care planning for individuals (audio versions)
Summary: Advance Care Planning Information targeted towards the individual and family

Title: Advance care planning for substitute decision makers
Summary: Advance Care Planning information for people acting in the role of Substitute Decision Makers.

Title: Advance care planning for substitute decision makers (audio version)
Summary: Advance Care Planning information for people acting in the role of Substitute Decision Makers.

Title: Advance care planning: making your wishes known
Summary: A brochure introducing advance care planning

Title: At the end (video)
Summary: There are things that can help to prepare as someone approaches the last few weeks and days of life. Having information can help to make choices. People vary in what they know, understand and believe about death and dying. They also differ in what they want to know. Each individual should be as informed, or not, as they want to be. For many, knowing what to expect can help take some of the fear, distress and anxiety away. For others, having too much information gives them more things to worry about.

Title: Bereavement, grief and loss (video)
Summary: Even when it is expected, death can be a shock. Grief and loss can be felt in many ways.

Title: Carer support kit
Summary: This carer support kit is designed to support carers through their palliative care journey. The content has been developed with the encouragement and wisdom of carers themselves.

Title: Community information about voluntary assisted dying
Summary: Victoria’s voluntary assisted dying law allows a person in the late stages of advanced disease to take medication prescribed by a doctor that will bring about their death at a time they choose. This document provides an overview about voluntary assisted dying with information on background, law, access and how it will work.

Title: End of life and palliative care services
Summary: End of life and palliative care helps improve your quality of life if you have a life-limiting illness and provides support to your family and carers. End of life and palliative care services include help with daily tasks and access to a range of emotional, spiritual and mental health care options to suit your needs. Services also provide information and advice about death and dying, advance care planning, financial planning and many other issues that can arise at the end of life. You can have end of life and palliative care services delivered in your home, at an inpatient palliative care unit, or in a local hospital.

Title: Finding out more (video)
Summary: People vary in their knowledge and understanding in regard to death and dying. Being informed can help make the right decisions.

Title: Finding the words - starting a conversation when your cancer has progressed
Summary: This resource has been developed to help women with secondary breast or ovarian cancer talk about how palliative care might help them to live as well as possible when cancer has spread.

Title: Groups with specific needs (video)
Summary: Death is a reality of life, but the circumstances can vary greatly as different groups have different needs.

Title: How to care (video)
Summary: If you never looked after someone who is seriously ill before it can be overwhelming. People find they need information and resources to help them manage daily life as a carer. This could be about how to manage medications or access transport. It could be about how to sort out your finances or find some support for themselves,

Title: Introduction to CareSearch (video)
Summary: This is an overview of the CareSearch website for the general community.

Title: Last days of life- family and carer information
Summary: The communication tools provide patients/family/carers with information about the dying process.

Title: Last days of life-a wish to go home
Summary: The communication tools provide patients/family/carers with information about the dying process.

Title: Living with a terminal illness (video)
Summary: When you have a serious illness there are things to consider. You may want to think about your quality of life. What is important now? Whether you continue to work, how things are likely to change and how you can prepare for them is important.

Title: Thinking ahead: advanced care planning
Summary: Imortant information about advanced care planning as a Peter Mac patient and why you will need to make many decisions about your treatment and healthcare.

Title: Victoria's end of life and palliative care framework - consumer summary
Summary: Victoria’s end of life and palliative care framework is a guide for improving end of life and palliative care services. This summary is for consumers.

Title: Video on Palliative Care
Summary: Each video is about palliative care tailored to a specific cultural group

Title: Voluntary assisted dying
Summary: Victoria is the first state in Australia to pass voluntary assisted dying laws. The Voluntary Assisted Dying Act (2017) provides a safe legal framework for people who are suffering and dying to choose the manner and timing of their death.  This document provides an overview about voluntary assisted dying with information on background, law, access and how it will work.

Title: Voluntary assisted dying - bilingual glossary
Summary: This bilingual glossary is designed to help you understand the terminology related to voluntary assisted dying.

Title: What do you want for your end-of-life care?
Summary: While end-of-life care planning can be overwhelming, having the conversation and documenting your wishes early will help to provide clarity and ease potential conflict with family and friends at a time when emotions run high.

Title: Who will help make medical decisions for you? Advance care planning - planning ahead for future healthcare
Summary: Advance Care Planning is about planning ahead for your future healthcare, in case you are ever too sick to speak for yourself.

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