Patients, families and carers
We are here to listen to your situation and experiences, answer your questions and offer information and support on any issues to do with end-of-life planning, palliative care and grief and loss.
Our aim is to help you to identify and understand your options, and equip you ask the right questions and take the next step.
Local information is provided by our highly experienced team located right here in WA.
Please see below for specific information.
What Is palliative care?
Palliative care helps people with any life-limiting or terminal condition to live their life as fully and as comfortably as possible. It is…Learn more
Find palliative care in WA
Palliative Care WA has compiled this directory of services in order to improve access to palliative care across Western Australia. The directory is…Learn more
Advance Care Planning
We all want to have a say in what happens in the last part of our lives. By making plans that cover your…Learn more
Grief and loss
What is grief? Grief is how we respond when we experience loss. Grief is a normal, natural and inevitable response to loss and…Learn more
Call 1800 573 299 9am to 5pm every day of the year Life becomes an emotional roller-coaster when you or a loved one…Learn more
What are Compassionate Communities? Compassionate Communities are communities where everyday people play a stronger role in the care and support of people as…Learn more
Voluntary Assisted Dying
Voluntary Assisted Dying is the name of a process for someone to access medication and legally choose the manner and timing of their…Learn more
Death Cafe Palliative Care WA
What is a death café? Deathcafe.com is a worldwide movement started in London in 2010 by Jon Underwood and Sue Barsky Reid, based on…Learn more
Care and support for pets
When facing end of life, many people worry about what will happen to their pets. This can be very upsetting as they navigate…Learn more