Hospice in the Weald cares for patients with a terminal illness, and those important to them, through our Services. You can find more information on this page about our Services, and how we will tailor Hospice care to you individually. If you have specific questions or concerns, you can find the answer in our Help Hub.
Often people are not sure what Hospice care means. Hospice palliative care means providing care for you in the last year of your life, or during terminal illness, in whatever way is right for you.
This might be in your own home, or a care home, via the Hospice Outreach Service or in-patient care at our Cottage Hospice or In-Patient Ward. We will support you in making decisions that are right for you and your loved ones. The Counselling & Support Service can also provide support for you and those important to you, now and throughout your illness, or during bereavement.
For advice on symptoms, or other specific information and support, please visit our Help Hub.
If you’d like to, you can also complete this form to Access Our Care. Completing the form means a member of the Hospice Team will contact you to find out more about your circumstances and how best we can support you and your family. You can choose to do this to find out about Hospice care for you now, or in the future.