Coventry End-of-life, Palliative Care Home

At Belvedere Park Nursing Home, we understand the importance of providing compassionate and dignified care for residents nearing the end of life. We offer both end-of-life and palliative care services, ensuring our residents receive the support they need during this sensitive time.

End-of-life and palliative care services

We offer a range of end-of-life and palliative care services to meet the diverse needs of our residents, including:

  • 24-hour nursing care by qualified and experienced staff

  • Personalised palliative care plans tailored to each individual's needs and preferences

  • We aim to provide a variety of activities and entertainment to suit all interests and abilities

  • Delicious and nutritious meals prepared by our catering team

  • A spacious and comfortable open plan lounge and dining room

  • Beautiful and well-maintained gardens with seating areas and a pergola

  • Hairdressing services

  • Regular visits from local GPs, opticians, podiatrist, and other healthcare professionals

  • We can facilitate access to physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and speech and language therapy

  • Wireless Internet (WiFi) and television points in every room

  • Laundry and housekeeping services

  • Respite and palliative care available

    Belvedere Park - Your Home Away From Home. We treat residents as individuals, fostering a sense of community and belonging. Our personalised care plans are crafted with resident and family input, encouraging independence and respecting choices. Dignity and respect are at the heart of everything we do.

Our End-of-Life Care Home

Our end-of-life care goes beyond simply treating physical symptoms. We take a holistic approach, respecting each resident's individual wishes, cultural and spiritual beliefs. This care extends to supporting families and loved ones through the bereavement process.

Our care team delivers personalised, 24-hour private end-of-life care. We offer pressure-relieving equipment and modern lifting aids, with registered nurses on-site for resident care and advice.

24-Hour Palliative Care Services

Palliative care focuses on improving the quality of life for residents with serious illnesses where recovery may not be possible. While managing pain and other symptoms is crucial, we also address the emotional and spiritual well-being of our residents. 

The core principle of palliative care is introducing it as early as possible, alongside ongoing treatment plans. This ensures a smooth transition and avoids limiting care to a resident's final days.

Exceptional palliative care home team to deliver personalised 24/7 private care for residents

Our Accreditation & Registration

  • CQC-Registered Excellence: We’re registered and inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), ensuring rigorous standards. Your loved ones are in capable hands.

  • Referrals and Admission: Referrals can be made personally or through various channels, including GPs, consultants, or Health and Social Services. We facilitate a smooth admission process.

  • NHS GP Collaboration: Our partnership with excellent NHS GP surgeries ensures seamless coordination of care. Both our nursing home and the GP practices' meet high standards.

Addressing Four Key Needs:

Belvedere Park Nursing Home's palliative care programme tackles four main areas of need that can arise towards the end of life:

  • Physical Symptoms: Effective pain and symptom management is a cornerstone of palliative care.
  • Psychological Needs: Addressing emotional distress, anxiety, and fear is vital for a resident's well-being.
  • Social Concerns: We ensure residents feel connected to loved ones and maintain a sense of belonging.
  • Spiritual Support: Respecting and supporting residents' spiritual beliefs is paramount during this sensitive time.

“A Warm and Friendly Atmosphere” - Highly Recommended!

"My mother lived with my husband and me. After a long stay in the hospital, it became clear that she needed nursing care beyond what we could provide at home. We researched many nursing homes and were impressed by the warm, friendly atmosphere at Belvedere Park. The staff made us feel confident that this was the perfect place for my mother."

Frequently Asked Questions

Many misunderstand palliative care. It's not just end-of-life care, nor does it mean stopping treatment or giving up hope. Explore our FAQs to see how it improves quality of life.
1Who is end of life care for?
End-of-life care is for people who are nearing the end of their life, typically those expected to live for less than a year. This can include people with: Terminal illnesses: This refers to progressive conditions where a cure is not possible, such as cancer, advanced heart disease, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Frailty: Particularly in older adults, their overall health may decline significantly, making end-of-life care appropriate. Here's a key point to remember: It's not always easy to predict exactly how long someone has left. The focus of end-of-life care is on ensuring comfort, managing symptoms, and respecting the person's wishes during this sensitive time.
2How long does end of life care last?
The length of end-of-life care varies greatly. Some may require it for just a few days or weeks, often due to a sudden decline or rapidly progressing illness. For others, particularly those with chronic illnesses experiencing a gradual decline, it can last months or longer. Factors influencing this timeframe include the underlying condition, overall health, treatment goals, and the individual's wishes for care and quality of life. Importantly, end-of-life care can be introduced early alongside other treatments, focusing on improving overall well-being throughout the illness journey.
3What does end of live care involve?
At Belvedere Park, end-of-life care goes beyond medicine. We provide holistic support, ensuring comfort and dignity. This includes managing pain and symptoms, offering emotional and spiritual support, and assisting with daily tasks. Crucially, we respect residents' wishes and provide support for loved ones. This comprehensive approach ensures a peaceful and fulfilling final chapter.
4What is the difference between palliative care and end of life care?
While both focus on improving comfort for those with serious illnesses, there's a subtle difference in timing. Palliative care can be introduced early on, alongside curative treatments, aiming to improve the patient's overall well-being by managing symptoms and providing emotional and spiritual support. End-of-life care typically starts in the final months or weeks when curative options may no longer be the main focus. Here, the priority is ensuring comfort and respecting the person's wishes for a dignified and peaceful passing.
5When should palliative care be provided?
Palliative care isn't just for the very end. It can begin early alongside curative treatments, focusing on comfort and managing symptoms like pain or fatigue. This improves overall well-being for patients and families, and even aids in informed treatment decisions. Throughout the illness, palliative care adapts to provide ongoing support. As the focus shifts to comfort in the final stages, it ensures a dignified and peaceful passing. Remember, palliative care enhances quality of life, not shorten it. Talk to us to see if it's right for you or your loved one.
6How are people supported at the end of their life to have a comfortable, dignified and pain-free death?
Belvedere Park is committed to ensuring a comfortable and dignified passing. Our specialist team offers pain management and emotional support, respecting your wishes for care. We can create a peaceful environment in our home and support your choices. Our staff are sensitive to cultural and spiritual needs, offering support to you and your loved ones throughout this journey. Contact us to learn more about our end-of-life care.

Get in Touch

If you're seeking a private nursing care home in Coventry, visit Belvedere Park Nursing Home and discover what sets us apart! Arrange a tour of our facilities by filling out our contact form below, calling or emailing us.

Call us:

024 7667 3409

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    Quality End-of-life and Palliative Care in Coventry

    If you are looking for a compassionate and supportive environment for end-of-life or palliative care, please contact Belvedere Park Nursing Home.

    Get in Touch

    If you're seeking a private end-of-life or palliative care home in Coventry, visit Belvedere Park Nursing Home and discover what has set us apart for 35+ years! Arrange a tour of our facilities in Earlsdon by filling out our contact form below or calling or emailing us.

    Call us:

    024 7667 3409

    Or Email: