In 2015, the ICPCN will be celebrating 10 years of being the only international charity fighting globally for the rights of life-limited and life-threatened children. As part of their planned international campaign they would like to gather together as many stories from across the globe as possible which tell the story of children needing and receiving palliative care and how this has impacted positively on their quality of life.
As the network wishes to show the difference that palliative care makes on the quality of life of the child and the family, the stories they are looking for should fall into one of the following two categories:
- True stories about children who are or were able to access palliative care services and how this impacted on quality of life for the child and the family.
- True stories about children who are not or were not able to access palliative care services and how this impacted on quality of life for the child and the family.
Read more on the International Children’s edition of ehospice.