This page is for health professionals within the Arohanui Hospice regional service. These are intended for use in the community. Please print as necessary.
- Symptom Control Guidelines for End of Life care
- Family Support – Bereavement Service Referral Form
- Te Ara Whakapiri – Last Days of Life Care Plan
- Te Ara Whakapiri – Ongoing Assessment Cont Sheets
- Te Ara Whakapiri – Progress Notes Sheet
- Bereavement Support Toolkit
- Appetite changes in advanced illness
- Being Prepared for Death
- Extra Support – Do you qualify
- Gaining the most from life
- Making Memories
- Managing your Medicines
- Planning a Funeral
- Suggestions, Feedback, Compliments and Complaints
- Taking Control ACP EPOA Wills
- Using the Niki T34 Syringe Driver
- Visiting IPU Brochure
- What About Food
- What to Expect when Someone is Dying
- What to Expect when you are Grieving
Following is a list of links to other web sites you may find useful:
Advance care planning is a process of thinking, talking and planning for the care and treatment you would like as you approach the end of your life. There are some great resources to help you get started on their website.
The Cancer Society of NZ is a non profit organisation which receives no direct financial support from Government. Funding comes only from donations and other fundraising activities. The Cancer Society’s goal is to reduce the number of people who develop cancer and ensure the best possible quality of life for people with cancer. The Society has six regional divisions and a national office in Wellington. Each division raises its own funds. The range of services varies around the country. Along with paid staff, the Society has a large number of volunteers.
Hospice New Zealand is a national organisation, which supports and assists hospices to care for the terminally ill. It is responsible for ensuring that these patients have access to quality hospice palliative care.
MidCentral District Health Board is a funder and provider of health and disability services in the wider Manawatu Region.
Relay for Life is a fun-filled overnight event designed to celebrate survivorship and raise money for research and programmes of the Cancer Society of New Zealand. During the event, teams of people gather at schools, sportsfields, or parks and take turns walking or running laps. Each team keeps at least one team member on the track at all times.
Skylight is a national service that provides specialised support to children, young people and their families and whānau through change, loss, trauma and grief. They also equip, train and support those wanting to assist them, such as friends or family members, community volunteers and professionals.
Work and Income may be able to assist with additional support for those who qualify.