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COVID-19 Support and Advice for Patients, Families and Vulnerable Groups COVID-19 Support and Advice for Patients, Families and Vulnerable Groups

Last updated: 31/03/2020

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 (COVID-19).

To help you manage in the current situation, we have gathered information about support and advice services...

Top tips for staying mentally well during Covid-19 Top tips for staying mentally well during Covid-19

Public Health England and the NHS have been working overtime to ensure we all know the key factors to staying physically well during the Coronavirus outbreak, but what about staying mentally and emotionally well in difficult times?

Uncertainty and your brain

Uncertainty is a difficult situation for the human brain to manage....

Hospiscare Predicting £1 Million Loss in Next Three Months due to COVID-19 Hospiscare Predicting £1 Million Loss in Next Three Months due to COVID-19

Hospiscare is urgently appealing to the community after losing a predicted £1 million in the next three months due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.

Our charity provides specialist end-of-life care and support to people living with a terminal illness and their families across Exeter, Mid and East Devon. During these difficult weeks,...

A Legend-ary Success for Hospiscare A Legend-ary Success for Hospiscare

Fans of the best-loved names in music enjoyed a night of nostalgia whilst raising funds for our local hospice.

Legends at the Great Hall, a new event for Hospiscare, took place on 7 February 2020 at the University of Exeter’s Great Hall.

The evening showcased the incredible musical catalogue of legendary performers...

Why you should Consider Putting Together a When I’m Gone Box Why you should Consider Putting Together a When I’m Gone Box

Raising the topic of death and dying with your loved ones is undeniably difficult. We often feel the subject should not be discussed for fear of tempting fate or being morbid. Following the death of a loved one however, family members are often left with questions and frustrations, from where...

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