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Andrea Cockett
International Journal of Palliative Nursing, Vol. 18, Iss. 6, 15 Jun 2012, pp 301 - 306

Children who use long-term ventilation at home and their parents find it difficult to access suitable respite services for short breaks. This article describes, through the use of a case study, a project to develop a respite service for such children at a children's hospice in England. The service development was a response to local need, which included a requirement to develop bespoke assessment documentation and processes as well as a comprehensive staff development package. The article follows the journey of one family through the development and use of the new service.

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