Patients that attend the Creative and Support Therapies (CaST) department at East Lancashire Hospice recently enjoyed an art course where they developed their techniques with drawing and painting.
Wasim was first diagnosed with respiratory failure at 25, then motor neurone disease (MND) when he was just 26 years old. East Lancashire Hospice has been a lifeline to him ever since.
A new daisy badge inspired by hospice patient, Anita Almond, was released this year to celebrate East Lancashire Hospice’s 35th anniversary.
Former counsellor Martha Dawson has been visiting East Lancashire Hospice as a day patient for three years.
There were smiles all round as one of our creative and support therapy patients, Harry Stephenson from Blackburn, celebrated his 90th birthday at East Lancashire Hospice.