I became, in my own mind, part of this family. And they've looked after me with all my needs and it's made me very happy.
Palliative care is about alleviating suffering at the end of life. At MACG, we nurture people through medical care, social connection and spiritual fulfilment.
Our homes offer people a palliative approach for cancer. If you are searching for palliative cancer approach, read on to learn more about how we can help.
Our team are ready to answer all your questions.
Our qualified nursing team deliver 24/7 care, ensuring effective management of pain and discomfort. We provide warm, compassionate, holistic approach focused on improving quality of life. The heart of our end of life care is about meeting every individual's physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
A home-like environment so residents and their families can feel at ease
We take the time to get to know each resident's needs, wants, and life journey
We employ the most sought-after nurses in Australia, to provide medical care
A family-run organisation with family values
Residents across the MACG homes prepared for Remembrance Day by knitting or crafting poppies and wreaths and making lamingtons.
The theme was to bring a touch of Europe (Italy) with rolling hills and cypress trees in an exuberant hue of orange, yellow and green
Home is where love and comfort abound. MACG homes are no different. Everybody is cherished as an individual with a whole lifetime of stories and memories. It's why we encourage residents to bring their personal belongings and settle in wholeheartedly. And because we want every person to receive the individual care they deserve, we limit the number of beds.
Many different lifestyle options are available to enrich the lives of our residents. We cater for different abilities and health challenges, so people experiencing cancer palliative care can partake in the holistic activities they choose.
Local charities help residents participate in the community and wider society. Activities to suit all interests are on offer, plus opportunities to forge new friendships. Residents can:
With 8 homes in Melbourne and Victoria, we have many conveniently located homes.
Sometimes, it is not possible for people to receive home palliative care for cancer. Illnesses like cancer can often progress to needing full time care in a dedicated setting. At MACG, we take care of individuals physically, emotionally and spiritually, providing 24/7 care for those who need it.
We administer palliative care for many terminal conditions. Reach out to our team for more guidance on support we offer, including palliative care for cancer.
Palliative care costs vary depending on several factors including:
The MACG team can discuss unique needs and preferences, along with advice on care costs.
Schedule a call with us and get all the information you need.Call (03) 9071 0802
Contact our team for more information.