The symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) may be more severe in people with weakened immune systems, older people, and those with long-term and life-limiting illnesses. You can read the latest government advice here
It is important in the current and ever-changing coronavirus situation that we take all reasonable steps to protect the well-being of those using our services, our staff and our volunteers. The hospice is also fully committed to supporting patients and families; to achieve this we have taken several measures to protect our clinical services.
We have had to adapt services to take into account the changing situation across the health economy.
Our usual Day Therapy Services are suspended and will be reviewed in January 2021. However, the team are in touch with all current service users to discuss individual situations and alternative support or advice during this time.
In August and September we will be reintroducing outpatient appointments for Lymphoedema, Physiotherapy and Advance Care Planning. Complementary Therapies remain suspended and will be reviewed in January 2021.
We understand that these changes may cause significant upset and inconvenience. Please be assured that we have not taken these decisions lightly and are prioritising the safety and well-being of our patients and our workforce.
For further guidance, queries or concerns please call us on 01782 344300 (24 hours a day) or email: email@example.com