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Northern Ireland Hospice is a local charity caring for local people. Each year we care for over 3,000 adults with life-limiting conditions both in Hospice and in the community. We also support their families and carers.
To help develop the work of Northern Ireland Hospice, we frequently apply for specialised funding from Trusts, Foundations and other types of funding bodies.
At Northern Ireland Hospice, we encourage patients, carers and family members who have availed of hospice services to share their story and experience of Northern Ireland with us. These individuals have bravely shared their personal experiences of hospice care.
Northern Ireland Hospice is a local charity caring for local people.
Northern Ireland Hospice is a local charity offering specialist respite, symptom management and end of life care ‘palliative’ care to over 3,500 babies, children and adults each year across Northern Ireland.
From specialist nursing care in the home to care in our Hospices, our mission is to ensure that all those who need our care have access to it, where and when they need it and whatever the patient’s circumstances, age, disease or culture. We care for people with cancer, COPD, Motor Neurone Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Dementia and other illnesses living in Northern Ireland.
Our team of specially trained healthcare professionals are made up of nurses, doctors, social workers, chaplains, occupational therapists, creative therapists and physiotherapists, all of whom, work together to support our patients’ physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing. Our work also extends to families, enabling us to offer guidance and support to family members as they travel the journey with their loved one.