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  • WHAT WE DO

    Through of this programme, endorsed by the World Health Organisation (WHO), we complement the actions carried out by the public administration in the area of palliative care and care for the critically ill in Spain.

    • We raise awareness so that people realise what palliative care means and help them understand the features particular to the end of life.

    • We promote new kinds of action in the area of palliative care.

    • We provide comprehensive care for people with advanced diseases and their families.

    Since it began, the Programme has attended more than 150,000 patients and 200,000 relatives.

  • WHO IT'S FOR

    Helping those suffering from advanced diseases and their relatives.

  • HOW WE HELP

    The heart of the programme is made up of the Psychosocial Care Teams (EAPS). Comprising over 220 professionals, they're trained and prepared to provide warm, sensitive and humane palliative care to sick people and their families. 

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La vida al final de la vida

En la recta final de la vida, la compañía se convierte en el mayor de los tesoros. Con el objetivo de brindársela a quienes la necesitan nació el programa Final de vida y soledad de la Fundación ”la Caixa”, activo incluso en tiempos de COVID-19.

  • 25,850 patients attended in 2019

  • 42 psychosocial care teams

  • 128 hospitals have this Programme