Daily News Roundup – 19 March 2014

Categories: In The Media.

Children’s hospice staff go the extra mile to encourage learning

Get Surrey

Shooting Star CHASE uses the makaton language programme – designed to provide a means of communication through signs, sounds and graphics – to help its children communicate, and has come up with a novel way of encouraging learning.

Midhurst Macmillan has inspired the country

Midhurst and Petworth Advisor

The work of the Midhurst Macmillan Specialist Palliative Care Service has inspired projects around the country.

James Argent and Carol Wright launch a new fundraising campaign for Haven House Children’s Hospice

Redbridge Guardian

Stars of The Only Way is Essex helped launch a new fundraising initiative for Haven House Hospice.

The art and science of empathy


Viv Lucas, Medical Director, Garden House Hospice explains the background to his research on empathy.

Dementia is ‘the new normal’ charity says

The Telegraph

Society needs to treat dementia as “the new normal” and involve Alzheimer’s sufferers far more closely in local communities, charities have said.

Law Society publishes guidance on charitable gifts in sharia wills

Third Sector

The professional body for solicitors says its new practice note is the first such advice it has produced.

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