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Before he become too ill he commented that going into the hospice was the best thing he had done. It allowed my mum to become his wife again rather than his carer.
I cannot sing the praises of ALL the staff at the hospice highly enough. Nothing was ever too much trouble and his stay allowed him to die pain free and with dignity.
The word "hospice" is closely associated with dying and many people, like my dad, are reluctant to stay as it involves some acceptance of their condition and what the future holds. If he was here now he would tell you not to be afraid, it is a wonderful place and not somewhere to fear.
Thanks to all of you! !!
Dan's mum XX
I also wish to thank the staff and volunteers for the kindness and compassion shown to Josie's sisters, my sister and friends who visited during Josie's stay in the Hospice.
At first he was reluctant to be admitted but overcame his fears once he had been shown around the Hospice and had spoken to some of the staff, he was admitted initially for 2 weeks to try to get his pain under control, however he was not responded to chemotherapy and finally succumbed to overwhelming infection. The care my husband received whilst in the Hospice was absolutely first class and could not have been any better if we had been paying £10,000 a week, not only did the staff care for Ken they cared for our family as well and we will be forever grateful. THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts and may you continue to give your love to those who you care for in the future,.