Daily News Roundup – 11 March 2016

Categories: In The Media.

Hospice Haven House reaches out to Redbridge’s Sikh community

Ilford Recorder
A children’s hospice has called on the borough’s Sikh community to make use of its services. Haven House Children’s Hospice led a talk at restaurant Masala 910 as part of the Sikh Women’s Alliance’s  International Women’s Day celebrations.

New Hospice at Home service to provide support and care

Saddleworth Independent
After Dr Kershaw’s Hospice recently received substantial financial support from the Stoller Foundation, NHS Oldham Clinical Commissioning Group agreed to commission their newly designed ‘Hospice at Home’ service.

Inspirational youngster supports hospice

Craven Herald & Pioneer
An inspriational Silsden youngster, who underwent life-changing surgery five years ago, has raised cash for Manorlands hospice as a thank you to the community for its support.

Easter comes early for youngsters at Shooting Star Chase children’s hospice

Get West London
Seriously ill children got an early visit from the Easter bunny, courtesy of a west London firm. Youngsters at the Shooting Star Chase children’s hospice in Hampton were given 50 chocolate eggs by staff at Rudridge’s Brentford branch.

Woman who celebrated 90th birthday donates gift money to Halton Haven

Liverpool Echo
A woman who celebrated her 90th birthday has donated all the money she received for the landmark age to Halton Haven Hospice.

From across ehospice editions:

Worldwide Hospice Palliative Care Alliance and Hospice Ethiopia start partnership for palliative care

The role of spiritual care in a holistic approach to paediatric palliative care in Cameroon

Helping cancer patients to die at home

Cancer death rates continue to decline, reports CDC

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