EACH offer a family-centred, needs-led approach to care, ensuring all of the needs of the children and young people we care for are met - whether psychological, physical, emotional, social or spiritual.
Care delivery can take place in a variety of settings including at home and in the hospice. Care and support is provided by qualified nurses, clinical nurse specialists, counsellors, care assistants, play specialists, music therapists, art therapists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, a family therapist, a psychologist, spiritual care advisors, chaplains, chefs and housekeeping staff, and a consultant nurse.
We offer a range of support to meet the wellbeing needs of individuals and families. This includes social opportunities for families to come together and meet others, for example at sibling activity days, coffee mornings and male/female carers nights. We also recognise that at times individuals and families need more specific help and we have a team of experienced professionals including counsellors, music therapists, art therapists, play specialists and spiritual care advisors who can provide additional support when it is needed.
EACH can provide support to all family members, including parents/carers, siblings, grandparents, extended family and significant others. Support can be arranged for a time to suit each individual, and can take place in the family home, the community or at one of our hospices, whichever is preferred.
If you would like more information on the care services we provide please do get in touch via phone or email.