Bethanie looks at palliative care with a focus on respect, dignity and empathy. Our approach is to understand what is important to the individual, and how we can give them the best possible quality of life and comfort in their final days, months or years.
Bethanie looks at palliative care with a focus on respect, dignity and empathy.
Our approach is to understand what is important to the individual, and how we can give them the best possible quality of life and comfort in their final days, months or years.
Not only do we provide for an individual’s physical needs, but we also care for their emotional, social, cultural and spiritual needs too.
We understand that for some people, connections with people, culture, religion or events are especially important when reaching their end of life. For others, it’s about the comfort of familiar surroundings.
At Bethanie, we ensure palliative care is an inclusive and comfortable experience. Our fantastic team of Bethanie staff and chaplains work with both the individual and the family to ensure the experience is as fulfilling and positive as possible.
“The people at Bethanie have been through this before and can give you the information you need to move forward” Neil White
Neil’s father, Arthur White, was described as a very genuine man who was strong-willed, practical and always in control of his own destiny. He was very passionate about his involvement with the Masonic Touring Club and the Esperance Early Days Committee - a group that lived in Perth, but where originally from Esperance. He also loved to share his stories about his time as an Engine Driver on the railways and going fishing.
"During her final stage of life, she was cared for by the staff as if she was their own mother"
At Bethanie, we are committed to ensuring we are able to provide the best possible care to both our customers, residents and their families in their final days, months or years. We have taken the time to speak to some of our community and understand more about their experience with Bethanie's palliative care services.
“My mum felt very much at home here” Joy
Joy’s mother, Winice Tilley, was known for her beautiful personality and her love for caravanning and fishing in Western Australia. Throughout her life, she worked as a book keeper and a secretary and fostered a loving and close family. In her younger years she loved to entertain, maintained a fantastic group of friends, was a doting mother and was a Marching Girls Australia committee member.
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