Each of us only has the one chance in life for a good death
Everyone is entitled to a good death and the best quality of care when a cure is no longer possible. It should be a right, not a privilege. Unfortunately in Ireland this is not always the case.
We aspire to be the best place in the world to be born, to grow up, to raise a family, to work, and to get older.
But we don't have a current national strategy on how to ensure that every one of us – regardless of where we live, who we are, or what illness we have – dies in comfort and dignity.