Hospice Isle of Man is seeking the Manx public

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30/06/2017  

We are marking 35 years of specialist palliative care on the Isle of Man in 2018 and feel it is timely to ask the Manx public for their views on what really matters to them about this important local service.

Whether people have direct experience of Hospice and its services or not, they are keen to understand people’s perceptions and awareness of the services it provides through the hospice co-ordinating hub in Douglas, through their drop in days around the Island or through the wide variety of other ways that people come into contact with Hospice.

Chief Executive of the charity, Anne Mills stresses that it is important to capture and understand what the public and people who use the service views are in order to be able to continually improve its services to the local community.

She added: “I would particularly encourage people who have not had a connection with Hospice to take just a few minutes to complete the questionnaire as everyone’s opinion really does matter. This is just one of the steps we take to reach out to our communities and I look forward to opportunities to engage with you personally as much as possible also. What matters to you really does matter to us.”

Simply complete the form below:

Whilst the digital versions of the questionnaire help to keep costs down, hard copies of the questionnaire are also available through Hospice itself or any of its seven retail outlets for anyone not able to access the questionnaire online.

 

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