Hospice NZ is the national organisation representing all hospice services throughout the country.
What is hospice?
Many people think of hospice services as just a building, when in fact it is a philosophy of care. It is true that most hospice services in New Zealand have inpatient facilities, but the majority of people are cared for in their homes.
Anyone living with a life limiting condition – e.g. heart failure, motor neurone disease, MS or cancer – can access and benefit from hospice services.
Our aim is to help people make the most of their lives; to live every moment in whatever way is important to them.
Hospice New Zealand is the national organisation representing all hospice services in the country.
Hospice services provide care for people with a life limiting condition whilst also supporting their family and whanau both before and after a death.
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