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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HOSPICE at Home Gwynedd and Anglesey's very own nurse, Bethan Beaton, recently took on Tough Mudder to raise funds for vital nursing equipment.
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.
The hospice supports over 185 children and their families through its hospice at home service and state of the art hospice Russell House.
In Northumberland, awards went to Berwick Army Cadets, Blyth's Phoenix Theatre and Tynedale Hospice at Home.
The money will help fund the charity's Hospice At Home service.
It will be used to expand St Giles Hospice's Hospice at Home service, which sees nurses and healthcare assistants provide specialist care in the community for local people living with cancer and other serious illnesses.
St David's Hospice and Gwynedd Hospice at Home are encouraging people to discuss their wishes towards the end of their lives with family and friends and looking for new recruits to help support the vital work they carry out.
Albie Thompson, founder of Sunderland's Thompson Building Centres, has given pounds 10,000 to the St Benedict's Hospice at Home appeal.
St David's Foundation Hospice Care has appealed for support after reporting increased demand for its Hospice at Home service, which cares for people with terminal illnesses in areas of Wales, including Caerphilly.
It provides a Hospice at Home service for thousands of hours every year; day care for 20 people each day, five days a week, bereavement counselling and befriending support services among other services.
Half and half ENJOY an evening of laughter and comedy with Hospice at Home patrons Tudur Owen and Elin Fflur, who will be hosting a night of curry, comedy and music on Friday, September 29, at 7pm at the Trearddur Bay Hotel.

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