The Rosemary Foundation provides a wide range of palliative care services in and around the Cowplain area for patients with advanced, progressive, or incurable illnesses.
Our services include practical help delivered by experienced nurses, in addition to counselling and bereavement support from trained professionals. All staff are available 24 hours a day, and our services continue for up to 12 months beyond the death of a loved one.
Why Choose The Rosemary Foundation for care services in Cowplain?
- Our care services have been rated as “Outstanding” by the Care Quality Commission (CQC)
- We have provided care to over 3,000 individuals and helped them remain comfortable in their home environments.
- We are a charitable organisation relying entirely on donations, allowing us to focus entirely on the care we provide to your loved ones.
- Nurses with a wealth of experience within palliative care.
- Counselling support for patients and relatives – available for up to a year after the death of a loved one.
- Patient-based care – we deliver the wishes of the patient in consultation with medical professionals.
The Rosemary Foundation Palliative Care Services Cowplain?
Here at the Rosemary Foundation, we provide a comprehensive personal service for individuals suffering from life-limiting illnesses such as cancer within their own homes. Our hospice at home service ensures that patients and relatives enjoy the highest possible quality of life as they navigate this challenging period.
Every patient is matched with a named nurse, ensuring personal relationships are developed between all involved parties. We also involve all relevant healthcare professionals to assess the care that needs to be delivered and how best to administer those services.
As someone who requires care or needs support nursing a terminally ill loved one, knowing you rely on bespoke holistic care services provided by an experienced professional team can alleviate the stress and anxiety that is often associated with these circumstances.
The Rosemary Foundation – Cowplain Case Study
Mum and I are currently in the process of getting ready to say goodbye to my dad, but the Rosemary girls have been absolutely amazing and we don’t know where we’d be without them. When they arrive it’s like a warm hug and reassurance we need at this very emotional time.
Their genuine care and dignity shown to my dad has been be exemplary since they were first introduced in December, as is the support given to mum and I in our time of need, and in general the continuity of Care has been second to none.
The family said:
“We’re not over the final hurdle with dad yet, but already my mum and I will always be so grateful for all their support and kindness. We don’t know what we’d do without them! Special thanks to the girls who’ve been called out on numerous SOS calls….. You know who you are! Sending all our love and thanks and then some! Your truly are Angels!”
Frequently Asked Questions about Care Services in Cowplain
The Rosemary Foundation is a Hospice at Home care based in Petersfield but covering a 15 mile radius including Cowplain. All our care is provided free in the patients home or normal place of residence around Petersfield.
A nursing team will be established and setup during the initial stages of your friend or relatives care. Once established you can expect a number of volunteers, healthcare support workers and nurses to visit during the period of care.
We are a team of 20 nurses and very experienced health care support workers. To find out more information about our team visit our care team.
We offer 1:1 bereavement counselling for relatives and families of the patient. This is available for up to a year after the death of a loved one. For more information about our bereavement service visit Bereavement Counselling
During the course of the care provided to your relative the patient will receive hands on personal care, available 24/7 to manage problems that may arise. Provide physiological support to the patient and their families. We can also provide respite sits and night sits for patients.