My Mother was able to pass away at home surrounded by her family which was exactly what she wanted. As a large family we were able to care for her ourselves but had the luxury of being able to call upon the Paul Sartori nurses if we needed them, plus they helped with the equipment we needed to make her comfortable. Not all families are as lucky as ours and need some extra help and this is were the Paul Sartori nurses can step in and help with care within the home for people who want to have their last days at home.
PSF was initiated in May 1981 by a group of Father Paul Sartori’s parishioners, a much loved local priest, who died at the age of 38 in 1980. The Foundation was set up as Father Sartori had recognised a need for hospice care in Pembrokeshire, but unfortunately he became ill himself and died from cancer before the Foundation was formed. Despite these origins, PSF has no religious affiliations and services have always been available to all, its mission is "to provide sustainable services which promote good end of life care in Pembrokeshire"