Saint Michael's hospice care supports local people to live and die well. Our services are here to support you to remain in the place of your choice and live with confidence, independence and dignity. This means that alongside intensive symptom management and end of life care, we are developing our outpatient services to offer more support. The people using our services are at the heart of everything we do. As we develop our Wellbeing Network, we're keen to hear from our community what would be of most value, and how we can tailor our services to your needs.
Outpatient clinics and groups tailored to your condition and the challenges you may experience can help maintain your independence, helping you to live your life and take part in the things you enjoy, as well as providing an opportunity to meet others who may be experiencing similar challenges.
From financial questions to issues relating to work, family and transport – there can be a lot of things to think about when you are living with a terminal illness.
Living with a terminal illness can affect a person in many different ways; from changes to their body, their relationships and their independence to differences to their sense of self, their social life and their confidence.
We have more experts than any other local organisation and understand the importance of tailoring advice and support to your needs.