We know that when you receive a diagnosis it can stir up many different emotions and anxieties, so we’re here to support you.
You might experience a sense of anger, sadness, disbelief, fear or regret, or you may start questioning decisions in your life. If you need to talk to someone, we are here, and we’ll always be open to listening and responding.
We can help you whether you are a patient, or a friend or loved one of someone being cared for by us. We care for everyone who needs us, regardless of faith; and whether you have a belief system or not. We encourage you to express your own spirituality or practise your faith or religion in your own way. We’re here to be by your side, whatever it takes.
We have an office on the In-Patient unit and, subject to any current visiting restrictions, we welcome you to pop in any time we are there. You can contact our spiritual care service at the Hospice on 01908 663636 ext. 227, or firstname.lastname@example.org or ask any other member of Hospice staff to introduce you to Steve Case.
Our Hospice has a Quiet Room. Here you can hang a thought on the prayer tree or simply take time out to gather your thoughts. For those who wish it, there is opportunity for prayer, and arrangements can be made for Holy Communion, blessings or even weddings. We can also put you in touch with a faith or community leader of your choice.