A range of palliative care information for patients, carers, families and health professionals.
Community Specialist Palliative Care Services
Clare Holland House
02 6273 0336
Provides a supportive palliative care service for people with life threatening illnesses who no longer respond to curative therapy. Includes outpatient clinic services, care in the home or residential setting and inpatient hospice services.
Palliative Care ACT
5 Flemington Road
02 6255 5771
Provides a volunteer program that supports palliative care patients, families and carers.
Queanbeyan Palliative Care
Queanbeyan Community Health Centre
101 Collett Street
02 6150 7144
Supports terminally ill clients, their families and carers at home and in hospital. Bereavement and other counselling is also available.
Managing your digital legacy
If you use social media, such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, you will need to think about what happens to your accounts after your death. Each social media platform has different rules for deactivating accounts, while some allow your account to be turned into a memorial page. It is a good idea to leave a list of all your accounts, passwords and instructions with someone you trust, so they can manage your ongoing digital presence according to your wishes.
Palliative Care Australia has produced a Guide to a Social Media Afterlife. You can find it at here.
Inclusion of a service in the directory does not imply endorsement of the service by Cancer Council ACT.
Updated July 2018