Saint Michael’s Wellbeing Network

Shaped by you

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.

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Building a Wellbeing Network for our community

Practical support

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.

Emotional and spiritual support

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.

Access to professionals

We have more experts than any other local organisation and understand the importance of tailoring advice and support to your needs.

Share & Support

A welcoming peer support space for patients, families and carers

The Saint Michael's Share & Support group offers offers people living with terminal illness, their families and carers the opportunity to come together to provide each other with social and emotional support, in a social, café-style environment.

Supported by our specialist wellbeing team, a variety of support is offered, from practical to emotional, as well as signposting to other services which may be of value to patients, their families and carers.

Referrals can be made by completing a referral form, which can be obtained from :