Providing comfort and support to patients and their families during their time of need is the focus of palliative care.
Together with our charity extension The Hospital Research Foundation Group – Palliative Care (formerly Laurel Palliative Care Foundation), we have a passion for providing the highest quality palliative care services, informed by the latest research, and increasing education and awareness around palliative care.
Dr Timothy To answers your palliative care questions
Palliative Care Support
Improving vital palliative care services for under-served communities across South Australia, particularly culturally and linguistically diverse communities, rural and remote areas and those experiencing low socio-economic status.
Supporting the delivery of high quality care, complementary services and research to South Australia’s Palliative Care units.
Helping to deliver the many programs within SAPS not traditionally funded by the Government, to provide people with access to complementary end-of-life therapies, wellbeing support, research and education.
Supporting paediatric palliative care through the Women’s and Children’s Health Network by developing an important Volunteer and Peer Mentor Program to help families with a child in palliative care.
Running a program in schools called LifeCycles – The LEAF Project (Life, Education, Art, Feelings) to educate and build awareness death, dying, grief and life cycles for students in Years 7 to 9.