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Stroke palliative care

People who have had a stroke can receive tailored palliative care across our homes

Palliative care is all about relieving suffering and improving quality of life for terminally ill people. At MACG, we are equipped to provide the best possible palliative care for those who have had a stroke.

At an MACG home, you'll have access to 24/7 care, a team of qualified medical professionals, and a warm, friendly environment.

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Palliative care

Our approach to palliative care for those who have had a stroke

A stroke can affect people in different ways, and leave them with varying physical and cognitive abilities. Our team is committed to accommodating the specific needs of the individual, and providing personally tailored physical and emotional palliative care for people who have had a stroke.

End of life stroke care

  • Medical assistance and nurses available night and day
  • A quick process for admissions so we can start care ASAP
  • Many different programs to improve quality of life
  • Meals are made on side, to a dietitian-approved menu
  • Our homes are comfortable, secure, and welcoming

Accomplished and experienced nursing staff

We focus on the needs of every individual

Small, welcoming, and peaceful homes

A family run business focused on providing the best possible care

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Our MACG homes

With compassionate and professional palliative care for people who have had a stroke, our team is focused on providing the best possible end of life care. Find out what makes MACG homes stand out.

Feel at home

With limited beds and a personalised atmosphere, our homes are designed to feel friendly, peaceful, and homely. Personal adornments aren't just accepted in our rooms; they're encouraged.

  • Medically overseen pain management
  • Partnerships with allied health service providers
  • A nursing team that is always ready to help
  • Personalised palliative care for people who have had a stroke
  • Meals prepared on site, with dietitian approval
  • Pastoral support for residents and families

Quality of life

We offer a range of activities designed to help people have an improved quality of life. No matter where you're at, we'll find suitable and helpful lifestyle programs.

  • Pain management massage
  • Exercises for memory and reminiscence
  • Visits by pets and animals
  • Meditation and deep relaxation programs
  • Spiritual, mental and communal support
  • Physiotherapy

Part of the community

We team up with excellent charities at a national and local level. It's a way to do good, and also to build meaningful social connections. Our residents are able to:

  • Make crafts for sale at fundraising events
  • Work with Beyond Blue, Cancer Council Australia, and other great charities
  • Become involved in other programs for local community charities

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We have 9 homes across Victoria, including right through Melbourne.

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Frequently asked questions

What stroke palliative care do you provide?

We have a team of trained, registered nurses who provide care 24/7. They're experienced in working with people who have had a stroke, and are able to provide excellent palliative care. We provide palliative care for many different conditions, including people who have had a stroke.

How soon can you admit a person who has had a stroke for palliative care?

We work as quickly as possible to admit people into our homes, so we can start providing care. We do, however, limit the number of beds we offer, and availability varies. Get in contact with our team to find out a more precise timeline for admission.

What does stroke palliative care cost?

The costs of stroke palliative care, like all palliative care we provide, depends on several factors. For example, we look at:

  • The kind of medical care being provided
  • The kind of room selected
  • Additional features of care

Reach out to our team to find out more, and we'll outline the costs of the specific care you need.

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