Daily News Roundup – 7 October 2014

Categories: In The Media.

Nick Clegg opposes changing assisted dying laws

BBC News

Nick Clegg has said he would not back measures to give sick or disabled people the right to medical assistance to take their lives.

New hospice chief executive considers merger possibility

Oxford Mail

Chief Executive of Helen and Douglas House, Chris Robinson, is to spearhead a year-long review exploring the possibility of working closer with Naomi House and Jacksplace.

Dementia landmark

Wigan Today

Wigan and Leigh Hospice has unveiled ambitious plans to transform its inpatient unit to make the facilities more dementia friendly.

Five things you didn’t know about Marie Curie Hospices

Marie Curie Blog

As part of Hospice Care Week, Marie Curie have been highlighting parts of its hospices that people might not know that much about. 

A day at Sue Ryder Manorlands

Sue Ryder blog

As part of Hospice Care Week, Sue Ryder has published a blog from its Manorlands Hospice in West Yorkshire.

Sisters praise hospice that gave them strength as they cared for dying father


Two sisters who cared for their dad during the last weeks of his life say they wouldn’t have coped without the help of Havens Hospices.

East Lancs woman’s dying wish to visit beloved horse fulfilled thanks to hospice staff

Burnley Citizen

A woman’s dying wish to see her beloved horse for a final time was fulfilled when it was allowed to visit her at East Lancashire Hospice in Blackburn.

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