Four in five local authorities in England shockingly fail to plan or fund essential care for youngsters with life-threatening conditions.
Too many people avoid talking about getting old, particularly conversations about end of life care, suggests a survey by charity Independent Age.
This is how the recently-appointed chief executive officer of Wakefield Hospice, Tina Turner, describes her new place of work.
As part of their Love Your NEW Hospice appeal, artists have been asked to create unique hearts to help the charity raise the final £2.3 million required for their new facility.
Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald
The Ayrshire Hospice last week received a glowing report following an unannounced inspection.
This is Local London
Haven House children’s hospice invited representatives from Redbridge, Harlow and Hackney together with trustees from the Amy Winehouse Foundation to talk about its plans to support 500 children per year by 2020.
Staffing levels within the NHS will have to be cut if the government wants to bring NHS finances in England under control, The King’s Fund think tank has said.
Together for Short Lives blogs
Steph Nimmo blogs about the importance of families like hers being supported to give their seriously ill children the best care, without having to reach crisis point to achieve it.
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