Daily News Roundup – 6 June 2014

Categories: In The Media.

Assisted dying plan like telling disabled ‘it’s not worth being alive’ – Tanni Grey-Thompson

The Telegraph

Paralympian Tanni Grey-Thompson and disability campaigners voice alarm as Assisted Dying Bill begins parliamentary process.

New facility to meet end-of-life care demands in county (With video)

Windsor Star

Adding 10 hospital beds to a community may not fix the immediate problems with health care today but for families facing terminal illness, these 10 beds at Erie Shores Campus Hospice Residential Home will be a blessing.

Lyme Gig Club rowers begin world record Atlantic crossing bid

Bridport News

Two Lyme Regis rowers will be setting off on their world record attempt to row across the Atlantic Ocean today, to raise money for the Children’s Hospice South West.

Nurses bring their expertise to wards

This is Wiltshire

Walking the halls of the Great Western Hospital, you might be surprised to find Prospect Hospice nurses assisting staff, supporting patients and sharing valuable advice on palliative care.

“Seeing Sandra brightens up my life”

Marie Cure Blog

“I look forward to Thursdays, because that’s when Sandra comes to see me,” says Janice Augustin of her Marie Curie Helper volunteer Sandra Campbell. “It makes a big difference.”

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