A new palliative care centre that will serve youngsters in Karaganda who are afflicted with cancer or other impairments has recently opened.
The centre is designed to assist both the young patients and their parents with a variety of concerns, including those that are medical, social, physiological, and legal in nature. The paediatric palliative services association, with the assistance of AMANAT Party deputies, was the driving force behind the establishment of the centre.
To better serve children dealing with illnesses such as cancer and disabilities, a mobile support group is now being organised.
The first children’s palliative care centre was established in the Akmola region in order to provide treatment for and provide relief to the suffering of children who had unique needs.