Bangladesh has one of the fastest growing country, where diseases like heart disease, cancer, Parkinson’s, and Alzheimer’s are deeply touched to the families & their members. 

Government & none profit organization does not have enough support, policies and regulation to help out those who needed it most.

PSWDhaka become a leading provider of palliative care with their training material, field work and extensive documented resources. 

We understand the importance of removing the symptoms and stress of illnesses through our quality train personals. The focus on palliative treatment is to remove the stress of any illness, rather than trying to cure it.

♥Duties that required for the palliative care are as follows:

  • Personal care including bathing, grooming, and feeding
  • Providing comfort through massage and skin care
  • Monitor equipment & medicine
  • Assist individuals in preparing food and maintaining the home
  • Have the communication and listening skills to engage with individuals and their families in order to meet their needs
  • Support the independence of the individual while providing assistance
  • Maintain the emotional balance to work through challenging transitions of illness
  • Provide a comfortable and safe setting for the individual and family members
  • Comply with the code and ethics of all personal support workers

In order to relieve symptoms of illnesses, palliative care must take a multidisciplinary approach to treatment. This includes the expertise of physicians, nurses, psychologist, and social workers that all make up the person’s support system.

♥Our comprehensive approach &  commitment to palliative care not only improve the healing process by reducing the severity of symptoms related to illness but also adds a new level of care to individuals and their families.

♦Here are some facts about our aging population and Elderly care with thoughts:

♦Cultivate a positive mindset. The mere fact that we exist is a miracle. The fact that we exist in a time when we are able to experience and live through so much, thanks to incredible advancements in medicine and healthcare, is spectacular in and of itself. Being thankful for each day we are given—especially in the western world, where we are given so much—is a good way to put aging, and simply living, in perspective.

♦Accept nature. There are certain things that we are meant to enjoy at specific times of our lives. That is part of the human experience. Reconciling yourself to that universal truth will help you to appreciate the things that only those experiencing old age are truly able to enjoy, such as a full perspective on a life well-lived, both the good times and the bad times. Focusing too heavily on your inability to participate in youthful activities is a surefire way to create resentment and unhappiness.

♦Engage with the young. In many societies around the world, the relationship between the old and the young is a mutually reinforcing one. Offering your wisdom and experience to a young person or to young people who are just starting to make their way in the world provides a sense of purpose. Additionally, exposure to lives that are just beginning will bring joy and hope to your twilight years.

♦Use free time productively. Just because you are getting older does not mean you have to give up on everything that you once loved doing. Having well curated and cultivated interests, regardless of which stage of life you are at, is a great way to ensure that you are both mentally and physically stimulated.

As cliche as it sounds to say, aging is all about how you perceive it. You can either look at it as the slow march towards the inevitable end or see it as yet another fundamental part of the human experience and strive to get as much out of as you possibly can. If the prospect of getting older has got you down, keep the above five considerations in mind.