Over the last 35 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.
Our care doesn’t stop with our patients, many of our services are also extended to those that matter to them. Whether you are a patient, family member, friend or carer, we will be here as long as you need us. We will make sure that you have confidence in moving forward, equipped with skills that will stay with you for life.
We are committed to providing ‘hospice influenced care’ that is well co-ordinated, flexible and personal to you when you need it, in a setting of your choice. Whether you prefer to receive your care within our building, at home, from another health care provider or within a community setting, we will ensure that your carers and our care partners are equipped with the skills that will support you to live well, your way, to the end of your life.
As part of our commitment to reaching more people earlier with easier access we will be introducing a self-referral process in the future.
In the meantime, if you or a relative would like to access our care you can be referred through the following healthcare professionals:
Healthcare professionals can find out more about our referral process here
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Dying Matters week 11th-17th May 2020.
Supporting conversations about death, dying, bereavement and planning around the end of life.
Supporting you to remain independent by encouraging you to stay well for as long as possible, living life to the full within the limits set by illness. Our team will work with you to set goals and agree an appropriate plan of care.
Providing specialist palliative care to patients who have complex symptoms, require respite care or have chosen Hospice for their end of life care. Our senior doctors, registered nurses and healthcare assistants all have expertise in palliative care.
Our Community Nurse Specialists can visit you at home, in nursing homes, residential homes and hospitals to provide advice and educational support. Our Hospice at Home Nurses enable you to be cared for in the comfort of your own home.
Our Psychological Support Team are skilled in assessing your difficulties and working with you, to meet your needs and assist you in overcoming any emotional challenges you or your loved ones may face.
This is our community initiative which aims to transform societal attitudes and behaviours around loneliness and isolation and looks to enable and empower patients and their families to help and support one another at times of crisis, increasing health need, death, dying and bereavement.
Our Lymphoedema Clinic offers advice and expert treatment. Patients are mostly seen in the
clinic at Hospice Isle of Man, but treatment may also be offered in hospital or in a community setting.
Offering occupational therapy, physiotherapy and a rehabilitation support, our rehabilitation service is here to help you adapt to your condition, maximise physical function and become as independent as possible.
Spiritual care and support is available to all patients families and carers, regardless of your faith or religion.
Support from Hospice does not stop once a loved one has died; it simply extends itself to family and friends and aims to help them adjust to a new way of living.
Our relaxing range of treatments are available to all patients, family members and carers who are stressed or bereaved. Treatments on offer include aromatherapy, massage, aromaflexology, acupuncture, cognitive relaxation, and reiki.
Our Social Worker provides patients, families and carers with financial, practical and emotional support.
Serving tea, coffee, snacks and hot food Monday-Friday, Elaine's Coffee Shop provides a nice environment for patients and service users to meet and recharge with friends and family.