Public Health England (PHE) is leading the response to the COVID-19 outbreak and Hospice Isle of Man is following and implementing current PHE guidance. This guidance is updated daily to reflect the rapidly evolving situation and we are responding regularly to DHSC announcements. Further information can be obtained from the Isle of Man Government website and Hospice UK.
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Due to the type of care we provide, we feel it is so important that at this uncertain time we take reasonable measures to protect the wellbeing of those using our services, our staff and volunteers. Our In-Patient Unit at Southlands remains open, however please note that we are now restricting visitor access to the Hospice site to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. If you have a loved one using our In-Patient services, we kindly ask that you follow our guidance on visiting Hospice. READ MORE...
Enhancing our Healing Environment (EHE)
Since our current home was built 12 years ago there have been some significant changes in the needs of our patients, along with changes to regulations which mean we now need to enhance our environment.
In June 2019, our In Patient unit temporarily moved to Southlands in Port Erin to enable the Enhancing our Healing Environment project works to commence. These services will remain at Southlands into 2020 until the works are completed.
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It costs over
to provide our services each year at no cost to our patients, their families or their carers
In 2019, we provided
Community Nurse Specialist Team contacts
Each year we provide over
complementary therapy treatment sessions to our patients and their carers
In 2019 we received
adult referrals to our services - an 18% increase on 2018
Volunteers save us in the region of
In 2019, Rebecca House provided
day care attendances
In 2019 we provided
occupational therapy sessions
In 2019 we delivered
hours' of Hospice at Home care which represents a significant