Daily News Roundup – 30 September 2014

Categories: In The Media.

Sunderland’s Grace House Children’s Hospice set to open its doors

Sunderland Echo

Grace House will finally open in the new year and start providing care for Wearside children with terminal illnesses after a deal was struck to provide nursing staff.

Elda takes on hospice role

Eastbourne Herald

As part of its recently-launched arts programme to further engage with the community of Eastbourne, St Wilfrid’s Hospice has appointed renowned weaver and painter Elda Abramson as its first Artist in Residence.

Norfolk Hospice completes move to new £3.4 million Hillington home

Lynn News

The dawn of a new era has begun for The Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House which has moved into its new £3.4 million base at Hillington.

Work together to provide the best end of life care


When different organisations with a similar end goal come together, care can be transformed. Salli Jeynes and Bie Nio Ong explain how a partnership was formed to do just that in end of life care.

Reflective supervision is essential for social workers in palliative care

The Guardian – Social Care Network

Compassion fatigue is a risk and resilience is important for practitioners working in end of life care, writes Marie Price, senior lecturer in social work.

Gold Standard Framework assessors call award winning care home ‘Beacon for end life care


Church View Care Home has won the first ever Care Home of the Year Award by the National Gold Standards Framework (GSF) Centre in recognition for its commitment to end of life care for residents.

Stephen Sutton: Pride of Britain award for teenage fundraiser

BBC News

Cancer fundraiser Stephen Sutton is to be the first person to be awarded a posthumous Pride of Britain award.

Cabinet Office to review guidelines on solicitation statements for telephone and face-to-face fundraising

Third Sector

The Cabinet Office is to review its guidelines on solicitation statements for telephone and face-to-face fundraising next year.

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