Daily News Roundup – 1 December 2015

Categories: In The Media.

New guidance aims to improve end of life care for people with autism

The Guardian
People with learning disabilities should have access to the same high quality care as others in the UK. A new guide sets out how to achieve this.

Charity film gobbling up awards

Charity Digital News
A short film created for Together for Short Lives has won another award, now taking its tally to three. The charity used the animation to capture the heart of what it does, raise awareness and inspire people to get involved.

Another £6 million is needed for new hospice

West Country Times
St Catherine’s Hospice has formally submitted plans to build a new hospice in the centre of a new 600-home development in Pease Pottage to Mid Sussex district council.

Bexhill and Battle MP supporting care charities

Bexhill Observer
Huw Merriman will be championing calls from charities Together for Short Lives and Marie Curie for people with terminal illnesses to have access to medical support whenever they need it.

St Catherine’s hospice marks 95th birthday of dedicated volunteer

Crawley and Horley Observer
Celebrations were in order when St Catherine’s Hospice’s second oldest volunteer, Marcel Lascaut, turned 95.

Heartless thieves target a Sutton Coldfield hospice garden

Sutton Coldfield Observer
St Giles Hospice is appealing for information after heartless thieves steal hundreds of pounds worth of furniture from its garden in Sutton Coldfield.

Poignant tattoo for a friend who passed away will raise money for St Richard’s Hospice

Worcester News
A poignant and lasting tribute to a late friend will help to raise money for St Richard’s Hospice.

Fred Done aims to boost hospice coffers with pie-themed fundraiser at Salford City’s FA Cup clash

Manchester Evening News
The Betfred boss will be serving pies and taking bets on the number sold on the night to raise cash for St Ann’s Hospice.

From across ehospice editions:

EAPC white paper on euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide

The situation with children, adolescents and AIDS

Memory Trees program returns through Community Care

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