Experience has helped us to understand that the families with ill children do not know who and where to go when the doctor has to say ,,I’m sorry, there’s nothing I can do…”
Because we are working using the model of best practice from Hospice St. Christopher, London, UK, the world's first hospice, and we want to help to increase the number of patients diagnosed with incurable diseases who need palliative care and can access such services, we will share our experience with other 300 professionals in social services across the country.
of patients diagnosed with an incurable illness benefit from palliative care.
Between 24.07.2017 - 24.11.2017, Lumina Association implements a new project, funded by the Bacau County Council, based on Law 350/2005. Diagnosis of incurable or life-limiting illness seriously affects both the patient and his family, the [...]
In the presence of many friends, partners, sponsors and financiers, representatives of the local authorities, on Friday, June 9, 2017, the Lumina Association also wrote an important page of our story marking the official opening [...]
A meeting on palliative care in Romania and Norway revealed new aspects that many professionals do not know. The event organized Wednesday by the "Light" was hosted by the County Council (CJ) Bacau. Natasha Pedersen [...]
In August 2016 a delegation of the Association consists of Mihaela Dumitrache light-executive director and communication manager Matei Mara, conducted a study visit to Norway for the organization Föreningen Barnepalliasjon. It is time for new [...]