Information about St Catherine's Hospice
Find out what we do, how we fund our care and how we are governed. Click here to go to our About Us section.
Learn more about the services St Catherine's offers; click here.
Information on what we offer and how to refer, as well as training and advice on how to help people with a terminal illness. Click here to go to our Professionals section.
From events and challenges, to memory leaves and corporate support; click here to find out more about the ways you can support St Catherine's.
If you’re looking after someone who is unwell or have been caring for someone who has since died, you may find you’d like a little support of your own. We can help give you strength to face the challenges ahead.
Caring for someone with a terminal illness can be difficult. Hear from other carers about their experiences.
Useful resources for those who are caring for someone during the coronavirus pandemic.
Our Clinical Team is available to answer any questions you might have and local carer organisations are also able to offer support and advice.
Providing short-term relief for primary care-givers, respite care can help you take some time out for yourself.
Caring for someone who has a life limiting illness can leave you feeling isolated and stressed or suffering health problems of your own. Whether you are a patient or carer, our team of counsellors and support visitors are here to support you.
Money can be a worry when you’re caring for someone who has a life limiting illness, especially if you are unable to work or have had to reduce your hours. Our Welfare Advisor can give advice about a range of financial and practical issues.
When people close to you become ill, this can raise questions and fears of a spiritual nature; perhaps challenging your sense of meaning, purpose and value, or your priorities and beliefs. Our Spiritual Care Team is available to help and listen.
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