Hospice at Home
Many people choose to spend their final days in the comfort of their own home and this is something we will accommodate, where possible.
For some, their ability to cope with a sudden deterioration or crisis can be a worry for them or their carers. Our Hospice at Home service helps remove this fear, with support from senior staff nurses and health care assistants.
By assessing your individual needs and conducting ongoing daily reviews, we make sure you're given the same standard of bespoke palliative care you'd receive in our hospice. Care is provided in blocks of between two to four hours, which can run consecutively where patients need almost 24-hour care.
Working alongside your current health and social care professionals, we offer our full range of services to ensure that your medical, emotional and spiritual needs are met - such as physiotherapy, occupational therapy, counselling and chaplaincy.
How to be referred:
All referrals to Hospice at Home must come from a health care professional involved in your care, for example a GP, District Nurse, or hospital consultant.
Please visit our referrals page where you will find more information and the relevant forms.