Daily News Roundup – 3 June 2013

Categories: In The Media.

End-of-life care for people dying from cardiovascular diseases

Nursing Times

A report by the National End of Life Care Intelligence Network has identified the need to provide better access to end-of-life care for people with cardiovascular diseases.

Human touch can help relax hospice patients

This is Bristol

Aromatherapy, massage and reflexology might be treatments you would expect to be offered at a spa – but they are also an important part of the care package available for patients at St Peter’s Hospice.

Letchworth hospice wins The World’s End charity grant

Comet 24

A hospice will be able to invest in books to help children cope with the loss of someone close to them, after being awarded a £1,500 grant.

Hospice in volunteer plea

Burton Mail

A hospice that helps life-limited young people and their families is urging people to donate their time and volunteer.

Alzheimer’s Society thanks its volunteers during Volunteers’ Week 2013

Alzheimer’s Society

Volunteers’ Week is an opportunity to recognise the hard work, dedication and passion of all our volunteers.

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