Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice
Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice is in Oxenhope, near Keighley. As well as expert palliative care, we support people with life-limiting conditions, and their families. We work across Airedale, Wharfedale, Craven, and north Bradford.
- Inpatient care
- Hospice at Home
- Community day services
- Complementary therapies
About Sue Ryder Manorlands
Here at Sue Ryder Manorlands, we combine specialist medical care for managing pain and other symptoms, with other emotional, practical and spiritual support. You might be admitted to receive inpatient care for a short time while your symptoms are assessed and managed.
You might stay with us to receive inpatient care for a short time or a longer stay. We can offer the same services and care to you as a visitor, by using our community day services, if you are comfortable at home, well supported and prefer to stay there.
On the medical side, our experienced doctors, Sue Ryder Nurses, care assistants, physiotherapists, and occupational and complementary therapists all work brilliantly together to support you. Our family support and spiritual care teams are always ready to talk too.
If you’re comfortable at home but need some advice or assistance, try our community day services. Connect with other people in similar circumstances, and our staff can suggest ways to improve your wellbeing and manage symptoms.
There are lots of activities to try, from complementary therapies like Reiki, massage and acupuncture, to arts and crafts and more – and we support your carers too.
Sue Ryder Nurses can coordinate treatment with your GP to make sure your care is controlled and consistent.
Watch: What’s it like inside a Sue Ryder hospice?
When Dad was told he had just a short time to live, he chose to stay at home with his family around him. With the help of Manorlands he was provided with everything he needed, both practically and emotionally, to be as comfortable and as peaceful as possible. For that we are forever grateful.
Jo talks about the Hospice at Home care her father, Roger, received
Making a referral
You can refer yourself, or may be referred by your family or a healthcare professional. Your GP or hospital consultant will be contacted before a referral is accepted.
If you are discharged but then find you need additional support, you can be referred back into our care at any time.
If you would like to be referred, or refer someone else to our care, please contact your GP or call us on 01535 642308 to talk through the process.
Preparing for your stay
If you are going to be coming to Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice as an inpatient, you might find it helpful to read our palliative and hospice services FAQs page.
Supporting Sue Ryder
We need to raise 70% of of the amount it takes to run all of Sue Ryder’s palliative care services and we can’t do that without the amazing and continued generosity of our supporters.
More ways to show your support
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