Daily News Roundup – 29 July 2015

Categories: In The Media.

Artwork created by young users of Farleigh Hospice’s children’s bereavement service put on display

Brentwood Weekly News
Twenty-three children who have received support from Farleigh Hospice’s bereavement service, the Yo Yo project, held a gallery opening to show off artwork they have created with the project’s help.

Helpers celebrated as hospice marks decade

Helensburgh Advertiser
Two volunteers at Robin House children’s hospice were recently honoured for their 10 years of service.

Five inspiring success stories from the Guardian Charity Awards​

The Guardian
Jessie’s Fund, which offers music therapy sessions at children’s hospices and won the Guardian Charity Award in 1998, is profiled 17 years on.

Volunteers give their all to help improve the hospice garden

Worcester News
The warmer weather at this time of year allows us to focus our attention more on the outdoor areas at hospices, writes chief executive at Acorns Children’s Hospice, David Strudley.

Facebook grants account life after death for UK users

ITV News
Facebook’s 31 million users in the UK can now select a friend or loved one to curate their social media account in the event of their death.

From across ehospice editions:

Racing Tanya

Misuse of low-quality data for drawing conclusions on opioid dependence is a health abuse

Schools in the UK provide support to children with palliative care needs

Andrew Shatté discusses resiliency and stress management

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