Hospice Isle of Man was set up 30 years ago and is a charity that provides specialist palliative care for patients and their families facing life limiting illness. The care includes physical, psychological, social and spiritual aspects and is provided by a multidisciplinary team free of charge.
Hospice provides inpatient facilities, respite care, therapeutic day care, specialist nurses, social worker, counselling, a range of therapies and hospice at home service. Many patients are referred to the Hospice following diagnosis; they will often be cured but need the initial support for hospice many services.
Video welcome message from Margaret Simpson – Chief Executive, Hospice Isle of Man – Click to play
Drop in days continue to flourish
The Scholl Centre opened the first Drop in Day in July 2013 for people affected by all life-limiting conditions. As over 800 people have attended since that date we are delighted that from this Thursday an additional day will be held at the Scholl Centre. A children and young person's drop in...
Our Next Event
Colour me Rainbow
Thank you to everyone that took part in this event. It was a great event ! We hoped to have raised £10,000 - thank you. We definitely got coloured for...