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Sponsor a Nurse 

 

Help our nurses be there for everyone

who needs them now, and in the future.

 
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Watch this short video featuring Community Nurse Specialist Janna Hughes who talks about her role in caring and supporting patients and families in their homes or care homes. 
 
"It is about building therapeutic, key relationships with people and making their journey personal and making the months that they have left, or weeks, whatever it is, the best that it can be with a good quality of life."
 

For just £3 a month you can help people like Fred and June
 
A regular donation from you will help local people who need hospice care, now and in the future.

We're a local charity and we're proud to have been serving the communities of Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Brentwood for over 35 years but demand on our services is growing.

More and more people are being diagnosed with complex medical conditions and our Hospice nurses are specialists in life-limiting illness - that means illnesses such as motor neurone disease, heart diseases, respiratory failure and cancer.  
 
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Here's why your donation will make a difference: 
 
 
Our nursing team provide 24 hour dedicated care on the ward. Patients have access to a range of specialist services and facilities to help control their symptoms and our nurses work with health professionals at the Hospice to support their emotional and physcial wellbeing so they are as comfortable and pain-free as possible. 

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The nurses and health care assistants in our Hospice at Home team help people to fulfil their wish to die peacefully at home, surrounded by the people they love.

In 2018/2019:
 
 

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Community Nurse Specialists

 
Our nurses are part of the Specialist Community and Crisis Support (SCCS) team and are trained to help local people and their families, working closely with GPs, district nurses and local hospitals. The team provides face to face and telephone support seven days a week, 365 days of the year, to help deliver a joined up approach to end of life care. 

They also play an important role in reassuring families and carers who often feel anxious and isolated and will refer both patients and carers to other support services they may benefit from.
 
In 2018/2019:
 
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