Hospices help people from the point of diagnosis, not just at the very end of life – supporting people of all ages living with a range of illnesses, not just cancer. Hospices help people from the point of diagnosis, not just at the very end of life – supporting people of all ages living with a range of illnesses, not just cancer. Care is provided in people’s homes, as well as in buildings Be surprised care changes lives. Half a million patients are cared for by hospices in the UK each year, both in a hospice or in their own home.

From being there through the hard times to helping you celebrate the good times, your local hospice helps critically ill people to live well until they die.

What exactly is hospice care?

A hospice is not just a building, but a way of caring for people. Hospice care aims to improve the lives of people whose illness may not be curable. Bereavement is very common. Those who are bereaved may feel vulnerable, but experiencing grief and loss is normal. Your local hospice can help by providing support and information, to family and friends, both before and after a death.

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Hospices help people from the point of diagnosis, not just at the very end of life – supporting people of all ages living with a range of illnesses, not just cancer. Hospices help people from the point of diagnosis, not just at the very end of life – supporting people of all ages living with a range of illnesses, not just cancer. Care is provided in people’s homes, as well as in buildings Be surprised care changes lives. Half a million patients are cared for by hospices in the UK each year, both in a hospice or in their own home.

From being there through the hard times to helping you celebrate the good times, your local hospice helps critically ill people to live well until they die.

What exactly is hospice care?

A hospice is not just a building, but a way of caring for people. Hospice care aims to improve the lives of people whose illness may not be curable. Bereavement is very common. Those who are bereaved may feel vulnerable, but experiencing grief and loss is normal. Your local hospice can help by providing support and information, to family and friends, both before and after a death.

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