Hospice at Home

Hospice at Home

A charity registered in England and Wales, which bills itself as an integral component of community adult palliative care, bringing the skills, ethos and practical care associated with the hospice movement into the home environment, and putting the patient and those who matter to him or her at the centre of the care.
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The hospice has been serving the terminally ill in the community for 30 years, when it began as the Stafford Hospice at Home before it opened its first care unit May 1993.
A FILM made by bereaved teenagers at Tynedale Hospice at Home has been awarded a prestigious national accolade.
IN June 2018 a group of friends took on a challenge in memory of the late Irfon Williams to raise much needed funds for their local hospice, Hospice at Home Gwynedd and Anglesey.
The charity also runs a "Hospice at Home" outreach service.
Since the takeover the charity has started to thrive with local groups, businesses and individual supporters working to reach its first campaign target of raising PS60,000 before Christmas in order to allow them to start offering care through their Hospice at Home service.
The Shakespeare Hospice in Stratford has received a PS10,000 donation via the Heart of England Community Foundation to help its Hospice at Home team make around 100 visits to patients this Christmas.
The Marie Curie Hospice at Home service across Cardiff and the Vale allows our nurses and healthcare assistants to provide tailored services for people living with a terminal illness throughout the area.
It includes short breaks at their two hospices, a Hospice at Home, day care, symptom management, end-of-life care, bereavement care and a comprehensive range of therapies and support groups for the whole family to take advantage of.
The money will help fund the charity's Hospice At Home service.
David Atkins, from Hexham, will go through hours of hell to raise money for Tynedale Hospice at Home and the Emma Newton Fund, set up in memory of the teenager, who lost her life in a freak accident two years ago.
The integrated business data and telecoms provider will partner with the UK's largest provider of hospice at home care for 2013, helping to raise much-needed funds.

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