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Lisa is a carer at Sue Ryder Neurological Care Centre Stagenhoe. She talks of the connections she feels to the centre, how supportive the team have been even through the chaos of the pandemic and how glad she is that she made the switch to work in care.
Carers Week 2021: “I don’t often leave after a shift thinking ‘I could have done more’. I give it everything and always do my best”
A carer at Sue Ryder Neurological Care Centre The Chantry, Emma talks about first starting out at the centre, being part of an amazing team supporting residents every day and what she loves about her job.
Friends take on Three Peaks Challenge to raise funds for Sue Ryder and awareness of Motor Neurone Disease
Three friends will be tackling the Three Peaks Challenge this weekend hoping to raise funds for Sue Ryder and vital awareness of Motor Neurone Disease.
Carers Week 2021: Providing person-centred neurological care that gives each resident choice and control
Sarah Jayne is a Senior Carer at Sue Ryder Neurological Care Centre Dee View Court. She shares her story of supporting residents there, how she's been able to develop her skills as a carer and the rewards of helping people live the best life they possibly can.
A pop-tastic singing project is set to pull out all the stops and raise vital funds for Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice. Sing for Life will sign up around 40 women from the Peterborough area, who’ll spend nine weeks learning how to sing and work towards a fantastic live charity event.
A team of volunteer super stitchers have put their skills to good use to support Sue Ryder Leckhampton Court Hospice, creating many handmade items for residents, their families and Sue Ryder staff.
Carers Week 2021: “Caring is in my blood. I’ve always had a very strong instinct to look after people and do what I can to make them feel better”
Sharon, Senior Carer at Sue Ryder Neurological Care Centre Lancashire, shares her experience of supporting residents, the team pulling together through the pandemic and how caring for others is something she feels she was born to do.
After supporting staff wellbeing as a volunteer at Sue Ryder Neurological Care Centre The Chantry, Stella is now a befriending volunteer there and runs a monthly peer-to-peer support group for parents of people affected by an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI).
Over the past three years, volunteers from Her Majesty’s Prisons have raised over £200,000 by repairing bikes to be sold at our Sue Ryder charity shops across the UK.