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The Victorian Paediatric Palliative Care Program is an alliance between the Royal Children's Hospital, Monash Health and Very Special Kids. The team is made up of specialist doctors, nurses, social worker and an occupational therapist. The Program aims to ensure children and adolescents with life-limiting conditions and their families receive the best possible palliative care by providing information, advice and support to families and the health professionals caring for them.
The wonderful people of Rotary Werribee and their supporters have walked an amazing 200km to raise funds for the Victorian Paediatric Palliative Care Program. In their 5th year walking, the group and supporters have raised over $30k! Well done to all involved, and thankyou. Put your feet up! Donations can still be made via RCH foundation … Continued
Jess Holmes told SBS Insight the decision to not resuscitate her child was one of the most difficult decisions she will ever have to make.
QLD heath have created a self guided online learning module
Extraordinary documentary on how doctors and patients approach and discuss treatment decisions at the end of life.
A resource for health professionals, this is a book of reflections from families
The VPPCP along with generous support and assistance of RCH Family Advisory Council members, Liat Harrower & Darleen Christensen,
The amazing team at Little Stars will be screening their acolade winning short films every two weeks
A handbook for parents facing end of life decisions
University accredited postgraduate and short course
The Centre for Palliative Care have a new