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For patients and families

More details about the services we offer to local people facing incurable illness and their families.

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Bereavement support

We offer support to all adults in north Essex who have been bereaved, and to under 18s after a loved one receiving our hospice care has died.

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For health and social care professionals

More information for health and social care professionals about our hospice services and education.

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Compassionate Communities

St Helena hospice believes that everyone has a role to play in supporting others in times of health crisis or personal loss.

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The Creation Station in support of St Helena Hospice

Art and craft groups and sessions for all ages in Colchester and surrounding areas.

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Radfield Home Care in support of St Helena (a paid for service)

Radfield Home Care in support of St Helena - High quality home care service in Colchester, Frinton and Clacton

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Total Clean in support of St Helena Hospice

Commercial cleaning in Colchester, Ipswich and Chelmsford

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How can St Helena Hospice support me?

Josh Wilkins, advanced nurse practitioner at St Helena, shares how St Helena can help patients and families facing incurable illness and bereavement. This video is part of a series of ten public information videos about the end of life care and support available to patients and their families and carers in North East Essex, produced by the North East Essex Health & Wellbeing Alliance End of Life Working Group.

View the full series of videos on YouTube
 
 
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