Scholl Wellbeing Centre

"Supporting you to live well, your way, to the end of your life"

We all have a different interpretation of what living well means. For some, living well means staying at home and spending time with family and friends, for others it is about living independently, for most it involves being free from pain.

Whatever living well means to you, at our wellbeing centre we will work with you to plan your future, set goals and ensure your physical, emotional and spiritual needs are met. Helping you to live well for as long as possible.

We are passionate about improving overall health and fitness and are committed to supporting everyone to achieve wellbeing and transform their quality of life. We believe that each person has the potential to feel empowered, fulfilled and in control of their own health.

We have a variety of people on hand to give you the right support at the right time. 

The Scholl Wellbeing Team

We offer a wide range of services that support you to live well, please click on the links below to find out more about each service.

Complementary Therapies


Lymphoedema Clinic

Young Person's Support Service

Psychological Support

Bereavement Support


Drop In Days

Our drop in days are open to anybody who is affected by a life limiting condition that would like advice, information or counselling.

There is no need to be referred to our drop in sessions and no appointment necessary unless you would like an appointment with our Clinical Nurse Specialist.

Our Drop In Days are Mondays & Thursdays 10.30am-6.30pm here at Hospice.

We also run a session at Ramsey Town Hall, Parliament Square on Wednesdays between 10.30am-6.30pm.

In addition, we also offer the following programme:


Look Good Feel Better

Supported by the UK Charity 'Look Good Feel Better', is an evening designed to help you manage the visible effects of treatment. Run by professional staff, we offer skin care, hair and make-up workshops and image consultancy for people undergoing active chemotherapy.


Day Therapy Centre

Following referral, our team will make a thorough assessment of your wellbeing and will then work with you to put together an individually tailored three month plan.

You will be encouraged to have honest conversations as we work towards your physical, emotional and spiritual goals together.

Day Therapy Centre opening times are Tuesdays & Wednesdays 10am - 2.45pm


What you can expect

On arrival you will be welcomed by a member of staff, or Hospice volunteer before being taken to meet our other service users and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee.

You can choose to spend you time on a creative activity, relaxing, listening to guest speakers, visiting places of interest or talking with others going through a similar experience.

During the day you will be offered a leisurely lunch that is tailored to your needs and energy level.

You are also welcome to enjoy some of the complementary therapies that we offer. 



You can be referred to our Day Therapy Centre by the following:

  • General Practitioner
  • Hospital Consultant /Medical team
  • Clinical Nurse Specialist includes OPAS Nurses
  • Senior Allied Health Professionals
  • District Nursing Team Leaders/ Long Term Conditions Co-ordinators


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