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Hospice of the Valleys

We need your support, now more than ever before.

The demand on the services provided by Hospice of the Valleys has not gone away during the current pandemic. Patients and carers still need support and for those feeling more isolated and vulnerable the needs are even greater now than ever before.

We are very fortunate to have a flexible team who are working hard to adapt how they work, so they can continue to provide the vital support to our patients who are the most at risk from Covid-19.  However, we have had to close our Day Centre, our shops and pause access to our complementary therapist and physiotherapist services.

As we continue to work in what can only be described as unchartered times, the demand on our services will only continue to rise, however following Government advice and to protect our patients and those that matter most to them, our workforce, our volunteers and supporters, we have made the very difficult decision to cancel or postpone all of our fundraising events and activities over coming months.

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For Patients

Any life limiting condition can be frightening for patients and those closest to them. It is important to know that there is support for you and those important to you.  

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For Families & Carers

We know caring for someone can be challenging, and that’s why Hospice of the Valleys doesn’t just care for patients.

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Professionals

This is an information point displaying all end of life and palliative care resources that are accessible for healthcare professionals.

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Get Involved

There are so many ways that you can get involved and support our patients and their families.  From participating in one of our key events to volunteering.

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Our Shops are now CLOSED

Our local shops help raise vital funds so we can continue providing specialist care and support to our patients and their families.

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What your donation means...

£24

Would pay for an hour of specialist nursing care for a patient in their own home.

£40

Would cover the cost of a tailor made package of complimentary therapy to support a patient in helping them cope with their symptoms and anxiety, so they can make the most of their precious time.

£150

Would pay for a Healthcare Assistant to provide care and support for a night at a patient’s home, allowing their carers and family the opportunity to get a good night’s sleep.

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Latest News

All in a day’s work

One would assume the role of the clinical admin team is just taking telephone calls and filing patient notes….. But it is far from just this. Throughout the global pandemic we have continued to provide the back up support to our colleagues across the organization and have been the first point of contact for people…

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Bereavement During Covid-19 Study

If you are interested in telling others of your bereavement experience, and any support you have had or are still receiving, please consider this ‘Bereavement during Covid_19 survey’. Your feedback can inform and improve services. Thank you.

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