Increasing numbers of people are expressing a wish to die in their home, which might be their own home or a care home, instead of in a hospital so that they can have their friends and family with them.
Residential and domiciliary care providers, therefore, are likely to be involved in the care of people who are terminally ill. When involved they must follow current national best practice end-of-life care standards with staff trained to achieve them.
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