Daily News Roundup – 14 May 2015

Categories: In The Media.

Bereavement service will offer support for people grieving in Burton

Burton Mail
A new service, set up through a partnership between the spiritual care team at Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and St Giles Hospice, is offering support and advice to people in Burton who have suffered the loss of a loved one.

Hospice outpatients’ services will grow

Glasgow Evening Times
They may not sound like groundbreaking innovations but the opportunity to have space in the garden to paint or do exercise classes when the weather is fine and a gallery to show patients’ artwork will be immeasurable in the new home for the Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice.

Time to talk about dying say Thurrock health bosses

Your Thurrock
The NHS Thurrock Clinical Commissioning Group is supporting two local initiatives to help ensure that we can all get the care and support we want, where we want it, at the end of our lives.

‘How Ty Hafan helps us through’: Little Alice’s family share their moving story

Wales Online
The hospice for children in Wales helped the Hicks family after their daughter was born with a life-limiting condition – and now they have found new joy thanks to a new addition.

Tragic baby boy given ‘perfect end to a perfect life’ after just 165 days on Earth

Daily Mirror
George Papaconstatinou was diagnosed with cancer aged just three months, and the last two weeks of his life were spent at Northern Ireland’s Children’s Hospice.

Hugh Bonneville narrates video in Naomi House appeal

BBC News
Downton Abbey actor Hugh Bonneville has narrated a video celebrating the life of a two-year-old girl who died from a rare medical condition.

From across ehospice editions:

Harnessing the power of connections at 4th International Public Health and Palliative Care conference

True love against the odds

NT palliative care service hits the big two-oh