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Hospice Day Service

The Hospice Day Service provides a welcoming environment to all patients with a terminal illness, their families and carers.

You can access our service through your GP or other healthcare professionals – or, if you want to, you can refer yourself!  Just click the “make a referral” button on the left-hand side of the page.  Firstly, you’ll be contacted by one of the Hospice Day Service team and invited to come along for an introductory assessment, or just book in for a look around. Then we will agree with you on a plan of when you’ll be able to attend and which services and groups you would like to access.

The Hospice Day Service aims to support, enable and empower you to maintain the best quality of life, and continue to lead an active and independent life for as long as possible. Hospice Day Service promotes flexibility and individualised care tailored to your needs.  This includes-:

The Hospice Day Service is open from 10.30am – 3.30pm, Monday to Friday and 10.30am - 12.30pm on a Saturday.  When you arrive our wonderful volunteers will greet you and get you settled with a hot or cold drink.  We have a variety of groups throughout the week you can access (click here for more details) or private individual sessions with some of our other services.

Where possible we ask you to make your own travel arrangements to and from Hospice Day Service. For patients who really cannot arrange transport we are sometimes able to arrange a volunteer driver dependant on your transportation and mobility needs.

Want to see the Hospice Day Service in action? Click here

You may also find the following policies of interest:  'Health & General Information for Patients' and 'Referral to Hospice in the Weald'.

For more information please contact Nell Mellerick, Head of Hospice Day Service on 01892 820509 or nelise.mellerick@hospiceintheweald.org.uk or see her here answering some commonly asked questions by patients, families, and carers.