Every year it costs over £5million to provide the specialist care we offer to our in and out patients.
The majority of this is raised by the people of Cornwall, people like you.
A group of charities and organisations in Cornwall have come together to launch a new project as part of Dying Matters Week (14thto 20th May). The aim is to ask people to consider what they want in death while they’re very much alive. It’ll encourage people to opt in for organ donation and to complete an Advance Decision, which explains what the person would want if they couldn’t speak for themselves.
Carers Week 2018 (11th – 17th June) is a national week raising awareness of the challenges faced by thousands of carers across the UK every day.
Cornwall Hospice Care strives to support the carers of those with terminal illness.
We have worked with some very brave people to explore what is it to be a carer to a loved one and what can help during difficult times.
We are a Cornish charity that provides specialist care for people with terminal illnesses 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Our clinical teams support in and out patients and their families at Mount Edgcumbe Hospice in St Austell, St Julia’s Hospice in Hayle and in Cornwall’s hospitals, care homes and in the
We also run a 24 hour advice line for other healthcare professionals.
We also share our skills and knowledge through various education programmes supporting the healthcare workers of the future.