Respect, Dignity and Person-Centred Care

We want our individual values, beliefs, culture, sexual orientation and choices about who we want involved in our care to be respected.

We want our carers and people who matter to us to be treated in the same way; respect the rights of those we have chosen to make decisions for us if we have lost capacity.

We want to be at the centre of planning at all times, with support to manage our own care and decisions if we want to, without pressure from others to take a particular path.

We want to be cared for by people who are experienced and culturally respectful of our rituals of death and dying as well as roles of our family or other people in our community.

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