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.
MACG is proud to provide palliative care for those with neurological conditions at the end of life. We nurture and care for terminal patients with medical care, social life and spiritual support.
We've designed our calm and restful homes to uphold the dignity of those living with neurological conditions. Read on to find out about what MACG can do to help.
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Our specialist nurses offer 24/7 care. Our compassionate, holistic treatment is centred on increasing each individual's quality of life, remedying discomfort and pain. The guiding principle in end of life care at MACG is to fulfil each human being's needs in body and spirit.
Inviting homes for residents and their families
Holistic treatment informed by every person's life story
The best nurses in Australia
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Tenderness, coziness, love. These are what make a home. MACG residents are nurtured and cherished, their life story respected through encouraging them to bring along their personal belongings. To ensure the right environment, we limit bed numbers so that residents can receive individual tailored care.
There are a plethora of lifestyle options for residents to enjoy. We tailor activities to accommodate health conditions, including for those with neurological conditions.
Working in tandem with local charitable organisations, residents volunteer to help wider society. Many options are available, and residents get to strike up new friendships and fresh connections.
We operate 9 homes conveniently located throughout Melbourne and Victoria.
Sometimes those with terminal neurological conditions can no longer receive receive home palliative care. These often develop to the point that patients require care full-time. We are committed here at MACG to nursing every individual across all the dimensions of their life.
Neurological conditions are only one class of illness we are able to treat palliatively. Our team can offer further guidance on this question and any inquiries regarding how we treat neurological conditions.
The costs of palliative care reflect a number factors, including:
We can discuss each resident's specific circumstances and the costs that might apply.
Schedule a call with us and get all the information you need.Call (03) 9428 2800
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