St Gemma's Hospice
مریضوں کے لئے پرشامک دیکھ بھال کے بارے میں معلومات اور تعلیم تک رسائی فراہم کرنا, دیکھ بھال کرنے والوں اور پیشہ ور افراد کی زندگی کے انتخاب کے اختتام پر فروغ دینے کے لئے
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اکثر پوچھے گئے سوالات

سوالات میں سے کچھ ذیل میں تلاش کیجیے پرشامک دیکھ بھال حاصل کرنے والے لوگوں کثرت سے دعا گو ہیں کہ.

ہم نے ایک تشخیص کے بعد ایک دوسرے سے کیا کہتے ہیں?

ایک تشخیص کے بعد, مریض اور رشتہ داروں کی خبر کے ساتھ شرائط کرنے کے لئے جذب اور آنے کے مختلف طریقے ہو سکتے ہیں. وہ فوری طور پر جھٹکا کی وجہ سے ایک دوسرے سے کہتے ہیں کیا پتہ نہیں کر سکتے ہیں, اور اس وجہ سطحی لحاظ سے بات چیت یا چیزوں کے طور پر پہلے تھے جیسے بس مسئلہ اور اس کے اثرات سے بچنے کے. کے ساتھ شروع کرنے کے لئے مددگار ثابت ہو سکتا ہے کیا ہو رہا ہے کی حقیقت سے انکار کی طرف سے 'معمول' کے احساس کو برقرار رکھنے کی کوششیں, but this response can usually only be sustained in the short-term. It is normal to experience a degree of coming and going of feelings, possibly alternating from numbness or emptiness to other times perhaps feeling surges of emotions, like anger, sadness, guilt, وغیرہ, but everyone responds differently and there is no right or wrong way of responding or being. Serious and painful conversations should always be entered into carefully and periodically, with sufficient time left in between for everyone to step back in order to allow time to be absorb and reflect on the conversation afterwards.

Regardless of future options and scope for remaining hopeful, uncertainty and worry can be every bit as difficult to deal with as bad news and actual events. ممکنہ مستقبل کے منظرنامے ایکسپلور - ہم کس طرح ان کے ساتھ نمٹنے کے کر سکتے ہیں اور وہ ہمیں محسوس ہو سکتا ہے کہ کس طرح اہم ہے. یہ وہ پیدا ہونے سے پہلے پرتیاشا میں حالات اور مسائل کے ساتھ ایسا کرنے کے لئے کبھی کبھی آسان ہے, ان تک بعد میں جب وہ کرتے ہیں چھوڑنے کے لئے مقابلے. یہ اشتراک اور شرکت کی حوصلہ افزائی کی وجہ سے اختیارات کی وضاحت بھی بااختیار بنانے ہے.

مشکل حالات اور ناکامیوں کے بعد پر پائے جاتے بنایا تو, یہ پہلے کی بات چیت کرنے کے لئے واپس حوالہ دیتے ہیں کے لئے ممکن ہے. ایک مشکل موضوع پر ایک گفتگو شروع کرنے کی ضرورت ہے جب ایک عام مسئلہ یہ شروع کرنے کے لئے کس طرح ہے. ایک گزشتہ گفتگو میں واپس رجوع کرنے کے قابل ہونے کی وجہ مددگار ہو سکتا ہے - "کیا آپ نے کہا کہ اگر ایسا ہوتا ہے یاد ہے, آپ کو اس طرح اور اس طرح محسوس ہو سکتا ہے? آپ کو اب اس کے بارے میں کیسا محسوس کر رہے ہیں?” This can be a useful starting point.

The diagnosis of a life-threatening illness can divide and isolate people and it is important to bear in mind that ‘communication’ means different things to different people, especially in times of uncertainty and crisis. Someone might communicate in the hope of sharing feelings and connecting emotionally, and may talk about ‘sharing the emotional burden’ or the pain. Someone else may prefer to talk more about how to allocate practical tasks to keep normal life running.

Both approaches are necessary and valid, and it is good to be able to engage with both, but people may tend towards one more than the other. This can give rise to misunderstandings, ممکنہ طور پر ایک شخص کس طرح دوسرے لہذا عملی طور پر مرکوز ہو سکتا ہے اور وہ "فربہ" کیا جا رہا ہے میں سوچ بھی نہیں دیکھ سکتے ہیں جب, اور دوسرے کے زیادہ جذباتی توجہ کا مرکز ہو سکتا ہے کہ ایک غیر مفید تباہی کے طور پر دیکھا جاتا ہے یا ان کو جا رہا ہے "لالچی". ان کی طرح راہ میں حائل رکاوٹیں اور غلط فہمیوں پیدا ہوتی ہے تو, الفاظ کی مدد کرنے کے قابل نہیں ہیں کبھی کبھی. نظریں ملانا, چھو اور خاموشی تو بجائے بامعنی ابلاغ کے قیمتی پہلوؤں بن سکتے ہیں.

اس نگرانوں اور رشتہ داروں مریض میں سے ان لوگوں کے لئے زیادہ سلسلے سے باہر ان کے اپنے احساسات کو دبانے کے لیے بھی عام ہے, وہ واحد شخص قانونی طور ہے اور ان کے جذبات کا اظہار کر سکتے ہیں جنہوں رہے ہیں جیسے. حقیقت, however, کہ مریض ہے اور خاندان کی دیکھ بھال اور ہر کسی کے جذبات کی ایک ہی یونٹ ہیں اور مظاہر اہم ہیں. It is by sharing them that we can help each other to ease the emotional pain and feelings of isolation. Tears are often shed, and this is important because crying opens us up to being comforted, and also helps us to express and ease our emotional pain. Sometimes people mistakenly believe they need to be strong at all times for each other, but this can sometimes give rise to extra stress and can put more pressure on everyone. Tears give permission to others that it is ok for them to cry too, and indicates we are open to support and reassurance.

Openness and honesty are also very important and these can be lost if we try to be too strong or appear to others as if we are coping too well. Not being afraid to show some emotion and weakness can have the effect of bringing people together at difficult times. It is also important to acknowledge that some feelings will not always seem helpful during difficult times. Anger and frustration are natural emotions but they are often difficult to express in a constructive way. People fall out and words can be said and then regretted later. It is a good idea for the patient and family to acknowledge that they are under an unusually high level of stress and worry. If emotions erupt and people fall out, this is sometimes only to be expected. We say things we don’t mean when we can’t feel the right words, or when someone is irritating us by not seeing things as we do. We criticise and scold someone even though we would prefer to be telling them how much we love them.

Families often have long-standing “issues” which are manageable under normal circumstances, but which erupt in times of crisis. Misunderstandings can lead to falling out, but this also creates an opportunity to make amends and to reach a better level of mutual understanding. Forgiving and making up can help to remove barriers and obstacles. Try to be sensitive to the feelings of others, do your best to understand each other, and don’t be too hard on yourself when you get it wrong.

Having someone to talk to who is not a member of the family, جیسا کہ ایک میکملن نرس یا پرشامک دیکھ بھال سماجی کارکن احساسات کو واضح اور بحران کے اوقات کے دوران خاندان کے اراکین کے درمیان مددگار مواصلات کی سہولت میں مدد کے لئے بہت مددگار ثابت ہو سکتا ہے. ہم کبھی کبھی وہ ایک دوسرے سے کہنے صحیح الفاظ تلاش کرنے کے لئے جدوجہد کر رہے ہیں جب گروہی مشاورت کی امدادی یا 'ثالثی' ہونے کے خاندانوں کے بارے میں بات کریں - یا وہ رکاوٹ پیدا اور یہاں میں مناسب مواصلات کی راہ میں حاصل کر رہے ہیں جس حل طلب پچھلے مسائل ہیں اور اب. ہو رہی ہے کسی خارجی 'خاندان میدان میں قدم رکھ (یا میں نے ایک 1-1 رشتہ داری) ممکنہ طور پر مواصلات کی سہولت میں مدد کر سکتے ہیں لیکن یہ بھی آپ کے تعلقات میں ایک 'اجنبی' دے مطلب ہے. This can feel invasive and uncomfortable and might not get off the ground until some basic ‘trust’ has been achieved. On the other hand, the very fact this person is unfamiliar can equally be a very positive thing, because couples often struggle with the reality that the person who has the illness is one day not going to be there any more for the surviving partner. This is a particularly hard reality to accept and patients are sometimes more concerned about how their partner will cope and manage when they themselves are gone, than about their own expected death.

Some couples are so close they don’t have many external connections beyond their immediate relationship. It can therefore hit the surviving person much harder in later bereavement, when they lack the social contacts or the communication skills to form new links and create a new life. Having a mediator to engage the couple together and also spend time with each party separately can help to gain a sense of opening up honestly to another person who is not their partner. Although this might initially feel uncomfortable, as though someone else is coming ‘in between’ the couple, the reality is that if new ways of communicating outside the relationship are not explored while the other person is still there to refer back to and time remains to talk things through properly, then the shock of death and loss might prove much more difficult to deal with later on.

David McCracken – St Gemma’s Hospice – 29th جولائی 2014

How do I answer my children's questions about what is going to happen?

It is important not to diminish the seriousness of the situation by giving partial or factually incorrect information. The truth will become apparent in time whatever you tell the child, so it is important to ensure that nothing you say will be contradicted later. You need to retain your child’s trust so try and be honest with them at all times. A ‘right time’ might never present itself, so it’s more important to get the information across so they know what is happening. This is better than leaving them to ask increasingly difficult questions, which become increasingly difficult to answer.

More information about talking to children

Where can I find information about what financial benefits are available to me?

مشورہ اور مدد حاصل کرنے کے لئے بہت سے طریقے ہیں, but many people have never claimed welfare benefits before and are unaware of possible grant funding. It is important to bear in mind that social security means you pay National Insurance when you are healthy, آپ کی صحت دوچار ہے اور آپ کو کام کرنے کے قابل نہیں چھوڑ دیتا ہے اگر تو آپ کو مالی مدد کی توقع کر سکتے ہیں.

More financial help and advice

Loss of appetite and weight loss. Will food supplements help?

Loss of appetite and weight loss are common symptoms during illness and may be difficult for you and your family to deal with. Eating less can lead to weight loss, however in some illnesses, poor appetite and weight loss, especially loss of muscle, may occur due to the disease itself. This is known as cachexia and particularly occurs in some people who are suffering from cancer.

As well as the disease itself, کچھ علاج یا ادویات بھی کھانے پینے کو متاثر کر سکتا. جیسا کہ ایک خشک یا زخم کے منہ اور متلی دیگر علامات یہ زیادہ مشکل کو کھانے کے لئے بنا سکتے ہیں. یہ اکثر علاج کیا جا سکتا ہے اور بھوک تو بہتر ہو سکتے ہیں, کیچیکسیا وجہ سے تاہم وزن میں کمی پر reversible آپ کے قابل ہیں یہاں تک کہ اگر نہیں ہو سکتا زیادہ کھانے.

آپ کو آپ کے کھانے پینے کے بارے میں فکر مند ہیں یا بھوک کا نقصان کا سامنا ہے تو, آپ کو ایک صحت کی دیکھ بھال پیشہ ورانہ کی مدد کے لئے عملی طریقوں کا مشورہ کرنے کے قابل ہو سکتا ہے کے ساتھ اس بارے میں بات کرنے کے لئے مشورہ دیا جاتا ہے.

مجھے نسخے چارجز ادا کرنے کی کیا ضرورت ہے?

اپریل میں 2009 قانون نسخے الزامات سے چھوٹ دے کہ حالات کی فہرست سے کینسر کا اضافہ کر دیا گیا. اس استثناء کا دعوی نہیں کر رہے ہیں جو لوگ اب بھی موجود ہیں.

کینسر کے لیے علاج چل مریضوں, یا کینسر کے اثرات موجودہ یا سابقہ ​​کینسر کے علاج کے اثرات بھی شامل, انہیں چھوٹ دے گا کہ ایک سرٹیفکیٹ کے لئے درخواست کرنے کے قابل ہیں. وہ اپنے GP کی طرف سے countersigned جائے کی ضرورت ہو گی جس میں ایک درخواست فارم کے لئے اپنے ڈاکٹر سے پوچھنا چاہئے, ہسپتال یا سروس کے ڈاکٹر (or, ان کے GPS صوابدید پر, مشق کے ایک رکن ان طبی ریکارڈ تک رسائی حاصل کر سکتے ہیں جو).

زندگی کی دیکھ بھال کے آخر کیا ہے?

زندگی کی دیکھ بھال کے اختتام پرشامک دیکھ بھال کا ایک اہم حصہ ہے, اور عام طور پر ان کی زندگی کے آخری حصے کے دوران ایک شخص کی دیکھ سے مراد, نقطہ نظر سے جس میں یہ ہے کہ وہ شخص زوال کا ایک ترقی پسند ریاست میں ہے واضح ہو گیا ہے.

زندگی کی دیکھ بھال کے اختتام عام طور پر وقت جس کے دوران کسی نے تصور کیا جاتا ہے کے مقابلے میں ایک طویل مدت ہے “مرنے”. In the UK it is mainly health care professionals who use the term end of life care, whereas patients and their families are more likely to refer to terminal illness and terminal care. The time at the end of life is different for each person, and each person has unique needs for information, for support and for care.

What is advance care planning?

There may be times in your life when you think about the consequences of becoming seriously ill or disabled. This may be at a time of ill health or as a result of a life-changing event. It may simply be because you are the sort of person who likes to plan ahead. You may want to take the opportunity to think about what living with a serious illness might mean to you, your partner or your relatives, particularly if you become unable to make decisions for yourself. You may wish to record what your preferences and wishes for future care and treatment might be or you may simply choose to do nothing at all.

One way of making people aware of your wishes is by a process of advance care planning. Planning for your future care – a guide by the Dying Matters Coalition, provides a simple explanation about advance care planning and the different options open to you.

How can complementary therapies help?

Complementary therapies can be used alongside conventional treatment to aid relaxation, help relieve stress and tension and to promote sleep. They have been found to be helpful in the management of many symptoms including pain control, nausea, سانس اور تشویش. انہوں نے یہ بھی زخم کی دیکھ بھال میں استعمال کیا جا سکتا, منہ کی دیکھ بھال, skincare کی اور نظام تنفس کے مسائل میں. وہ نرم ہیں, پرورش اور مدد فائدے کے احساس کو فروغ دینے کے. انہوں نے یہ بھی بڑھتی خود اعتمادی اور ایک مثبت جسم کی تصویر میں مددگار ہو سکتا.

ایک زندہ کیا ہے گا?

ایک مرضی کے رہنے والے یا ایک 'پیشگی ہدایت' ایک تحریری بیان جس میں آپ کو آپ / چاہتے ہیں، جس کے علاج کے بارے رکھنا پسند نہیں کریں گے اپنے فیصلوں میں سے کسی کو ریکارڈ کر سکتے ہیں ہے. یہ بیان ڈاکٹروں کی مدد کرے گا اور جاننے کے لئے آپ کے خاندان کے آپ ان کو بتانے کے لئے بہت بیمار ہو چاہئے کیا آپ کی خواہش ہو. ایک زندہ کسی بھی مذہبی یا ثقافتی مسائل آپ کے لئے اہمیت کا حامل ہے کہ ریکارڈ کرنے کا موقع فراہم کرے گا.

رہنے والے چاہے اور اعلی درجے کی دیکھ بھال کی منصوبہ بندی کے بارے میں مزید معلومات مل سکتی ہیں here, via Macmillan Cancer Support.

What palliative care will you receive in hospital?

Most palliative care in hospital is given by the nurses and doctors on the ward where you are staying. If you have issues that need more specialist input, your ward team can refer you to the hospital specialist palliative care service.

The hospital palliative care team is an advisory service and provides specialist assessment and advice on the management of a range of issues that may face patients and their relatives and carers. This may include:

  • physical symptoms such as pain or vomiting
  • talking through treatment choices
  • coming to terms with difficult news
  • help with talking to other family members
  • practical advice on housing or benefits
  • spiritual support
  • planning for place of care and facilitating patient choice
  • referring on to hospice or community palliative care services in Leeds and beyond

More information can be found under patients and carer information.

What services are available if I wish to be cared for at home?

Many people who are living with a life limiting illness will want to be cared for and die at home. Health and social care services in Leeds are working hard together with your GP to ensure more people can be cared for and die at home.

District nursing teams will always do their best to ensure patients are cared for at home or their discharge from hospital happens as quickly as possible. Your GP may also refer you to hospice community team for additional support.

More information about district nurses.

What is hospice care?

Sue Ryder Care Wheatfields and St Gemma’s Hospice care for the whole person, whilst aiming to meet all needs – physical, emotional, social and spiritual. At home, in day care and in the hospice, they care for the person who is facing the end of life and for those who love them.

Nearly half of all people admitted to a hospice return home again. Hospice staff and volunteers work in multi-professional teams to provide care based on individual need and personal choice, striving to offer freedom from pain, dignity, peace and calm.

What services do hospices offer?

Wheatfields اور St. Gemma’s hospices offer a range of services including:

  • pain control
  • art
  • symptom relief
  • music
  • skilled nursing care
  • physiotherapy
  • counselling
  • beauty treatments
  • complementary therapies
  • bereavement support
  • spiritual care

More information about hospices

Do you have to pay for hospice care?

مقدمہ میں Ryder کیئر Wheatfields اور سینٹ گیما کے ہسپتال کی طرف سے فراہم کردہ خدمات مفت ہیں.

تمام مریضوں کی دیکھ بھال کے لئے ایک ہسپتال میں آنے کے لئے کیا ضرورت ہے?

No, حقیقت میں ہمارے مریضوں کی اکثریت کے لئے ان کے اپنے گھر میں ان کے خاندان کی طرف سے حمایت کے ساتھ ان کے مقامی ڈاکٹر سے دیکھ بھال کر رہے ہیں, ڈسٹرکٹ نرس اور مریض خانے خصوصی تربیت یافتہ عملے سے ماہر مشورہ کے ساتھ. کبھی کبھی مریض کے مسائل بہت پیچیدہ ہیں اور ایک داخلہ کی کوشش کریں اور ان مسائل پر قابو پانے کے لئے ضروری ہے.

مریضوں کو اصل میں مر رہے ہیں جو گھر پر رہنے کے لئے کہ آیا کسی ایک کا انتخاب ہے یا ہسپتال پاس آئے. اس گھر میں آپ کی حمایت اور مریضوں اور نگرانوں پسند کی طرف سے متاثر کیا جا سکتا. It is the case that needs can change throughout the illness and so do the choices of the patient and we are happy to support patients where they want to be.

Can I choose which hospice I would like to go to? What options are available to me?

Leeds has two hospices providing palliative care for people over the age of 18. St Gemma’s Hospice is based in Moortown and Wheatfields is in Headingley. In most cases, patients registered with a GP (family doctor) in north-east, east and south-east Leeds will be referred to St Gemma’s Hospice. Patients registered with a GP in north-west, west and south-west Leeds are referred to Wheatfields Hospice.

Both hospices offer the same range of services. If you require in-patient hospice care, you would normally be referred to the hospice covering the area of Leeds in which you live and where your GP is based.

In certain cases, patients have a particular request to be cared for in St Gemma’s or Wheatfields even if this is not the hospice which serves their GP. This may be for personal reasons such as previous care provided to the family or for ease of access. Where possible, both hospices will accommodate requests for admission of patients outside their catchment area if there is a need.

Patients living on the outskirts of Leeds may also be referred to local hospices such as Wakefield Hospice or Harrogate if this is nearer than St Gemma’s or Wheatfields.

How can I be referred to a hospice or palliative care service?

Your own GP (this is your family doctor) or a hospital doctor will normally arrange for you or a family member to be referred to a hospice or palliative care service. Do talk to your doctor or any of the staff caring for you if have worries or concerns or want to discuss the option of a referral. You will often be referred to a home-care service at first. The home-care service can arrange for you to stay in an in-patient unit if it becomes necessary.

If there is no bed in a hospice available, what happens?

There are occasions when your local hospice may not have a bed available. If this were to happen, the hospice would liaise with the neighbouring Leeds hospice. If a bed was available at the alternative hospice, تم وہاں داخل کیا یا ترجیح دی جائے آپ کے مقامی ہسپتال میں ایک بستر کے لئے انتظار کرنے کی خواہش ہے تو آپ سے پوچھا جائے گا.

نہ تو ہسپتال آپ بستر تھا اور فوری طور پر داخلے کے لئے ضروری تھا تو, تم کہاں میڈیکل ہسپتال میں داخل کیا جا سکتا ہے اور نرسنگ کی دیکھ بھال دستیاب ہے اور ایک بستر دستیاب بن گیا جب ایک ہسپتال میں منتقل کر دیا.

کس طرح مریض خانے فنڈز فراہم کررہی ہیں?

سب سے زیادہ مریض خانے (Wheatfields اور سینٹ گیما سمیت) خودمختار اداروں اور نیشنل ہیلتھ سروس کا حصہ نہیں ہیں. بعض سرکاری فنڈنگ ​​NHS کے ذریعے مریض خانے کو فراہم کی جاتی. ان کی فنڈنگ ​​کی اکثریت عطیات سمیت ذرائع کی ایک قسم کے ذریعے اٹھایا جائے ضروری ہے, صدقہ کی دکانوں اور دیگر فنڈ ریزنگ کے اقدامات.

وہ داخل کیا جاتا ہے تو کب تک لوگ ایک hospice میں رہتے ہو?

یہ مریض کی مخصوص ضروریات پر منحصر. There is no minimum or maximum length of stay. Over the last few years the average length of stay has been about two weeks. The hospice does not offer long-term care as this is a service that is offered by other services in Leeds such as care homes however some patients do sometimes stay longer than usual because of very complicated and changing needs.

Aren't hospices places where people only come to die?

Not at all. Many patients under our care stay at home throughout the course of their illness and die peacefully in their own home. Many patients have only one admission whilst others have two or more. Some patients choose to die in the hospice once they get to know us and death is approaching. Other patients and sometimes their families too will change their minds about care at home when death approaches and we are happy to support them with the choice that they make.

Do you have to be a Christian to access a hospice?

You do not have to be a Christian or religious to go to a hospice. The service ‘Hospice Information’ says: “Hospices and palliative care services try to meet the needs of people from all cultures and religions and of those with no faith at all. Although it is true that many hospices have a Christian foundation, patients and staff are from any faith or none.”

How can carers get support?

Your own needs are important and it is important to recognise them, so that you can be supported in your role of Carer. Often all the attention is placed on the person needing care and your needs can be overlooked. By getting in touch with a carers information and support organisation, you can look after your needs while also making sure that the person you care for is getting the best help and support available.

Leeds City Council website gives information on the advice and support available to carers in Leeds. They can also assess your individual needs through a Carers Assessment (ذیل میں دیکھیں).

There are also other organisations providing support and information to carers in the Leeds area. Making contact with one of them gives you an opportunity to discuss your circumstances and the needs of the person you are caring for.

Am I a carer?

You are a carer if you have the responsibility for providing or arranging care for someone else who, because of long-term illness, disability or old age etc., is not able to care for him or herself.

Some people are employed by care agencies to provide formal care in a paid role, but the vast majority of care in our communities is unpaid and is provided by someone who knows the person personally and informally. This might be:

  • A parent
  • A son or daughter
  • A brother or sister
  • A husband, wife or partner
  • A relative, friend or neighbour

What is Carers Leeds?

Carers Leeds is an organisation that offers a confidential support and information service to carers. They also offer opportunities for carers to get a break from caring, meet up with other carers for mutual support, friendship and have to some social time. Carers Leeds can be contacted by telephoning 0113 246 8338 اور / or by email: info@carerleeds.org.uk

What is a carers assessment?

A Carers Assessment is an opportunity for you to talk about your situation and the things that could make life easier for you, as a carer. The assessment is carried out by someone from Adult Social Care at Leeds City Council.

The assessment should look at a range of different issues including:

  • Access to welfare benefits
  • Getting a break from caring
  • Equipment or adaptations to the home
  • Opportunities for contact with other carers
  • Services for the cared for person to enable you to continue working
  • Signposting to services that would help if you had an emergency and were no longer able to care

The assessment should also take into account your wish to work, engage in education, training or leisure activities.

If you wish to have a Carers Assessment, please contact Adult Social Care: 0113 222 4401.

میں کہاں غم کے لئے حمایت تک رسائی حاصل کر سکتے ہیں?

ایک اچھا اغاز جگہ ہے غم سروسز کے لیڈز ڈائرکٹری, لیڈز غم فورم کی طرف سے تیار. اس غم حمایت کی مختلف اقسام کی پیشکش لیڈز کے علاقے میں بہت سے خدمات کے نام اور رابطے کی تفصیلات کی فہرست ہے. These include counselling services, مدد گروپ اور ٹیلی فون کی مدد لائنز, geared towards a variety of social groups including adults, older people, children and teenagers, as well as other social and ethnic minority groups.

مزید معلومات کے لیے ملاحظہ کریں ہماری غم سیکشن.

What is the role of the interpreter?

Some patients and service users may experience difficulties in communicating with their healthcare professional because English is not their first language or because they use Sign Language. Interpreters play a vital role in helping to overcome these barriers.

More information about interpreters

Palliative Care in Leeds - Information Leaflets for Patients & Carers

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