If you or a loved one is living with a terminal illness or if you have been identified as being part of a vulnerable group, you may be worried about the risks of coronavirus. We've gathered information about support services in Devon.
How do we make sense of the world when it is unrecognisable from a week ago and the Government is taking steps that haven’t been enacted since the last World War?
The idea of talking to kids about difficult topics can make us freeze up. We worry about not knowing what to say, how to broach the topic, or what reaction to expect.
Planning the funeral is often what people focus on immediately after the death of a loved one: it is something that “needs to be done”. So what happens in the absence of a funeral?
There’s no right or wrong way to grieve – it is a highly individual experience. But whatever your grief experience, it’s important to be patient with yourself and allow the process to unfold naturally.
When you experience the death of a loved one, even if it is expected it can leave you feeling stunned. This article might help you understand more of what you're feeling.
Your COVID-19 questions answered by Dr Cate O'Neill
Practical advice for cultivating optimism and resilience in 2020
Your COVID-19 questions answered by occupational therapist Sarah Anderson
Providing safe and effective care of vulnerable patients and keeping our staff well are our main concerns. This page gives information about visiting Searle House and other measures we have in place to protect patients and staff.
Hospiscare is facing a predicted loss of £1 million every 3 months due to COVID-19. Every donation, however small, helps us keep proving vital care for vulnerable people. Thank you.