We want to continually improve our services and reach, connect and support many more that need our help beyond our hospice walls. To do this, we need you.
Over the last 40 years we have developed innovative ways of extending our care beyond the building so that you and your loved ones have more choice in how you live, and where you receive end of life care when the time comes.
Rebecca House is a purpose built facility within our building that provides respite, palliative and end of life care for children with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions from birth to 18 years.
Your donation is both a very special way to celebrate the life of a loved one, whilst also supporting the provision of care and support to our patients and their families, at a time when they need it most.
Every penny raised, hour volunteered or service offered, makes a life-changing difference. Each year, we estimate that the amazing support of our army of volunteers saves us over £1 million.
People received our IPU care and support last year
Response time within 48 hours from accepted referral to Hospice services
Is the amount we must raise to keep our outstanding care free
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Unfortunately, after a week at home, Dad was re-admitted to Hospice as an inpatient for end-of-life care. My heart dropped when this happened, however in hindsight I can say that this was absolutely the best decision.
My mother was referred to Hospice for respite care last year, through the Admiral Nurses team. Who are they, people asked? They are relatively new to the Island, and are a very small team of Dementia / Alzheimer’s specialist nurses, based at Hospice, and funded by the Forget Me Not charity.
As mum deteriorated further I spoke to the nurses looking after mum that evening and explained I was scared to be on my own and they said they would take turns to stay with me and mum all night. I was so grateful not to be on my own.
In the final stages of life, a lot of people prefer to be at home but my husband, being an extremely intelligent person, knew that when the time was right and he needed 24/7 care he would prefer to be entering Hospice itself.