In 2022 Ambulance Wish Western Australia fulfilled 14 final wishes for terminally ill West Australians - that is 14 wishes which would have previously been unfulfilled due to the wish recipients' mobility or medical requirements. In 2023 we want to increase this number, by at least 50%, but need your help to achieve this goal.
Ian's wish was to return home for a few hours. Taking time away from his bed at Kalamunda Hospital’s Palliative Care Unit allowed him to enjoy the warm weather on his porch and spend time with his family and friends.
Kamla's wish was to return home for her son’s 14th birthday party.
Steven's wish was to take one last drive around his neighborhood to experience the fresh air, sunshine and local roads.
Today is Dying to Know Day - an annual campaign that empowers Australians at all stages of life to live and die well.
Clair's wish was to visit the Living Legacy Forest and Wellington Dam.
Ambulance Wish Western Australia’s second Wish Ambulance, Kees, which will be used to convey terminally ill West Australians on their final wishes, is now operational
Audrey’s wish was to return home and receive a final blessing surrounded by her family.
Before I die. Palliative care aims to improve the quality of life, enhance well-being and reducing suffering. Rather than focus on…