N.B. We apologise that our Day Hospice services are currently suspended at all sites as a precaution to protect our patients, staff and volunteers. Our community team remain able to support patients remotely and at home - please contact your Hospiscare nurse contact if you have any questions or concerns.
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Ask your Hospiscare team if you would like to attend. A member of the day hospice team will contact you to discuss if a place would be appropriate for your needs. If we agree we can help you, you will be offered a regular session for up to six months.
A family member, carer or friend can accompany you on your assessment visit to day hospice.
If you're not already accessing any Hospiscare services, speak to your GP, district nurse or hospital doctor about arranging a referral for you.
We know that you might have questions if you're thinking of attending one of Hospiscare's day hospices, so we've put together a series of frequently asked questions. Click on the link below to find out more.
“The staff and volunteers are second to none. Many thanks for my enjoyable days.”
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“Very impressed by the staff and volunteers. Treated with respect and understanding.”
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