Tailored packages for people dying at home, more palliative care volunteers and an after-hours telephone service are among $35 million in community-based palliative care initiatives to be rolled out across New South Wales, the state’s health minister, Jillian Skinner, has announced.

Up to 1545 home support packages offering personal care, domestic assistance and service co-ordination and designed to be mobilised quickly to ensure safe and comfortable end of life care at home will be available this financial year increasing up to 2863 packages in 2015/16.

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