Strong, enduring collaboration between community groups and health providers.
Honohono Tātou Katoa is about better palliative care for everyone.
Palliative care is about quality of life. It provides total care: psychosocial, spiritual, physical and cultural. Health services can’t do this alone. Communities do this a lot of the time.
During caregiving, dying and grieving 95% of the time is spent alone, with friends and other family, with neighbours or work colleagues, with pets or with the internet or the television. The other 5% of the time is spent with healthcare staff.
The combination of community-based and health-based organisations is stronger than either alone.
You or your organisation may already be making a difference, or wanting to make a difference, to caregiving, dying and grieving towards the end of life. By partnering with Honohono Tātou Katoa, whether your organisation is health or community-based, we stand to build community-wide palliative care capacity, enhance the quality of palliative care, and reach everyone with palliative needs.
Is everyone getting care they need?
Equal access to palliative care starts with a plan
Schedule a Meeting
…or is there another way to approach this?
Tangata (dignity) within every community.