We provide Hospice care & support to patients and their loved ones living in Kent and East Sussex. Discover how we can help you.
“As I write this update, our teams are busy preparing for another exciting year ahead. We have been delivering Hospice care to adults and their loved ones for over 42 years and 2023 marks the first year that we will be supporting children with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions and their families. As demand for children’s palliative services continues to grow, we are so pleased to now be able to offer families home visits, and emotional and practical support.
Thank you for helping to make this possible. Hospice in the Weald now truly does provide care and support to everyone living with a terminal illness or life-limiting condition, across Kent and East Sussex.”
"Dad would be so proud that I now work for the Hospice, encouraging others to push themselves to try something new, just as he did.”
"We couldn’t believe it at the start when we saw the rainbow above us in the sky. We just knew she was watching."
“I like to be thought of as useful. At Living Well, if someone wants to know how to crochet or make dolls I know I can show them.”
“We’re delighted that Hospice in the Weald for Children is now officially underway and our fantastic team are out and about with home visits, offering emotional and practical support and making a real difference to the lives of children and their families.”
Hear from our Children’s team, Tracy, Fiona, Jess and Laura about what Hospice in the Weald for Children is all about, and why they love their jobs.
Patients make new friends, and reach new goals. Facing a terminal illness doesn’t mean you can’t have fun and learn something new. We believe in giving people the opportunity to live life how they wish.
Patients and loved ones can now also enjoy the benefits of Living Well in Five Ashes, East Sussex.
Find out how we help patients and families get the support they are entitled to so that they can focus on what really matters.
“Music has the power to transform people’s mood and is an incredible form of therapy."
“I hope you will join us for one of our events this year or consider supporting our Remembrance Ribbons appeal this spring. Whatever way you choose to support patients and their loved ones, thank you from all of us at Hospice in the Weald.”
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