The government must make parliamentary time available to reform the law on assisted dying, Lord Falconer, the sponsor of a private member’s bill on the issue, has urged.
The Northern Health and Social Care Trust is enhancing the skills of district nursing sisters to enable them to fulfil their role as palliative care keyworkers across community settings.
West Sussex Gazette
Three students have produced a resource pack which advises teachers how to help bereaved children after working with children’s charity The Sussex Snowdrop Trust.
Katherine Sleeman reviews ‘I’ll See Myself Out, Thank You’, a collection of essays on the subject of assisted dying.
Conor Jones’ dad Gordon passed away last November and the 10-year-old was helped through the ordeal by bereavement support counsellors from Nightingale House.
St Peter’s Hospice is celebrating the work of its volunteers as part of National Volunteers Week.
When a child’s greatest wish in the Northern Ireland Hospice is a simple hug, volunteer Sam has open arms
Belfast pensioner Sam says working in the hospice has made his life complete.
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