Daily News Roundup – 22 November 2013

Categories: In The Media.

Artists wanted for hospice event

Daventry Express

Budding artists are being invited to help a children’s hospice in Stoke-on-Trent create a Christmas artwork and raise money to help it continue with art therapy.

Norfolk Hospice aims to start writing group to help patients


A team of therapists at a hospice in West Norfolk are hoping to use the impact of the written word to help patients and their relatives deal with their emotions and support them in their hour of need.

Work starts on new bereavement centre at Mary Ann Evans Hospice

Coventry Telegraph

Work has started on a new bereavement centre in Nuneaton, to be built in the grounds of Mary Ann Evans Hospice.

GPs hit by widespread complaints from patients ‘unhappy’ over dementia screening


GPs across England are facing complaints or objections from patients who ‘resent being asked’ about symptoms of dementia as part of the controversial case-finding DES, a Pulse survey reveals.

Neglect of elderly fuels 500,000 hospital admissions

The Telegraph

Elderly people are being routinely admitted to hospital because they did not receive basic care they needed in time.

Prince of Wales launches latest youth volunteering drive

Civil Society

Prince Charles is launching a new volunteering campaign that aims to get half of all young people involved in social action by 2020.

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