We have published two new leaflets to describe our services and how you can support us in delivering them. They are being widely distributed throughout Tynedale and beyond.
Do you have experience of working with bereaved adults?
We are actively seeking an Assistant Bereavement Services Coordinator (Adults)
We are delighted to announce that Waitrose in Ponteland have selected the Hospice as a Charity of the month for April 2014, so if you are shopping in Waitrose in Ponteland please drop your green token into the Hospice box.
We are planning in the next few months to open a new shop at Merton Road, Ponteland and would be really pleased to hear from anyone who might be interested in volunteering in either the tea room or the shop (or both)!
Please call Alison on 01434 600388 to learn more about what’s involved!
WE ARE LOOKING FOR REGISTERED NURSES
To provide supportive and palliative care to patients at home.
Bank basis, To include midweek & overnight shifts
Full training & support given
For further information and an application form
Contact Sue Snowdon, Clinical Lead Nurse at our office or email: email@example.com
We are delighted to inform you that at the Board meeting of the 7th of January 2014 the Board unanimously accepted and approved proposals for the establishment of a pre-bereavement Family Support Service. This will complement our current services and expand the range of services we are able to offer the people of Hexham and Tynedale.
The service will initially be developed as a one year pilot and will be subject to review and Board consideration about how we then take the service forward beyond the pilot year. We are confident that this is a welcome development.
We are pleased that the Rev. Janet Jackson has accepted the post of Lead for Family Support Services and will lead the development, implementation and review of this service.
Tynedale Hospice at Home is a local charity based in Hexham covering the wider community of Tynedale and West Northumberland. Unlike many traditional hospices, we do not have in-patient beds and take our care to those who need it, in a place of their choice. This enables people, with a life-limiting illness, to be cared for in the comfort of their own homes, surrounded by family and friends, at one of the most difficult times of life.
In offering a range of free services to all those in Tynedale who need our care, support, help and advice as their illness progresses and lives draw to a close, our professionally trained staff and volunteers bring their skills and hands-on care to support those who choose to be cared for at home. Each patient and family is treated as an individual with specific needs. We offer care, bereavement services, family support and hospital transport using nurses, support workers and volunteers.
Respect – a confidential service for each individual and their circumstances
Dignity – for those who are dying and their families
Professionalism – our staff and volunteers are trained to give high quality end of life care