Daily News Roundup – 1 March 2016

Categories: In The Media.

Actor Rupert Everett becomes patron of Julia’s House

Daily Echo
Actor Rupert Everett has become a patron of Julia’s House Children’s Hospice after appearing in a film about the charity.

Sue Ryder Duchess of Kent hospice scores ‘good’ Care Quality Commission rating

Reading Chronicle
Respect, kindness and dignity are just some of the traits staff at a Tilehurst hospice were praised for in a glowing report by the health watchdog.

End of life care takes priority at Queen Elizabeth Hospital

The end of someone’s life is difficult for all involved, and it’s often hard to put a loved one’s life in someone’s else’s hands. The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn is working hard to make patients and their families feel as comfortable as possible at this horrible time.

Zoe Shapiro: Tragic teenager volunteered at Acorns children’s hospice

Birmingham Mail
Zoe Shapiro, who died in a car crash near her school last Wednesday, was a volunteer at Acorns Children’s Hospice.

The role of therapeutic storytelling in early years loss and bereavement

Huffington Post
Childhood bereavement is the poor relation when it comes to childhood mental health. Bereaved children are often overlooked in the classroom largely because they do not stand out.

“I’ve been getting behind the daffodil since the campaign began”

Marie Curie blog
Not only has Bibi Smith been a Marie Curie Nurse for 23 years, she is also Chair of the Watford Fundraising Group and has been supporting the Great Daffodil Appeal from the start.

From across ehospice editions:

Sustainable Development Goals indicator list does not fully measure health impoverishment

No matter what the circumstance, play is important for all children

#Hike4Hospice Spotlight: Community Home Support Lanark County

Raising awareness of World Tuberculosis Day

Pediatric e-journal looks at bereavement and care

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