Advance care planning

This leaflet explains how to consider your choices and preferences for the future.

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Advance decision to refuse treatment leaflet

Do you want to decide now if there is any treatment you would prefer to refuse in the future?

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Befriending service leaflet

Download our leaflet about our befriending services to find out how Trinity's Befriending volunteers can help you.

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Bereavement support leaflet

This leaflet explains some of the emotions you might be feeling after someone close to you has died and outlines the help and support Trinity can provide.

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Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) leaflet

This leaflet gives you information about cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for patients who are known to the Trinity team, as an inpatient or at home.

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Community Services booklet

Trinity’s community services provide specialist care to you and your family in the comfort of your own home. You are also welcome to attend any of our individual and group activities at Trinity through the outpatients service.

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Corneal and tissue donation leaflet

Donating organs, tissue or corneas after death can make a real difference to people who require transplants or treatment for an illness.

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Fluids at the end of life leaflet

This leaflet answers some frequently asked questions about fluids and the use of artificial hydration (fluids given by a drip) in advanced illness.

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Lasting power of attorney leaflet

Would you like to appoint somebody to make health care and/or financial decisions on your behalf, should you lack the capacity to make these decisions for yourself in the future? If so, you need to consider setting up a Lasting Power of Attorney.

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Managing fatigue leaflet

Fatigue is a common symptom of long term illness.

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Spiritual care leaflet

This leaflet provides information about spiritual care, how it may help you with your illness and what services are available at Trinity.

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