We understand that visiting loved ones is crucial to the health and wellbeing of all our patients and clients, and the safety of the people in our care remains of paramount importance.
Read about the key findings and recommendations from our latest research report about the availability and impact of bereavement support across the UK.
A donation from The Anthony (Tony) Lane Foundation to Sue Ryder Palliative Care Hub South Oxfordshire will see a new overnight service launched, giving home palliative care to patients at night across South Oxfordshire.
Whether you’re missing your dad, or you’re dealing with complicated feelings after his death, Bianca Neumman, Head of Bereavement, shares her advice to help you cope with grief during this time.
For Volunteers' Week we celebrate the contributions of our amazing volunteers across Sue Ryder. Here, we shine a light on Caroline, who helps provide music therapy sessions and other support for residents at Sue Ryder Neurological Care Centre Lancashire.
For Volunteers’ Week 2022, we shine a light on Cathy, one of our incredible befriending volunteers who has supported Dot after her lung cancer diagnosis. Read about their relationship and what the service means to them.
In his story, Luke opens up about his first experience of Father’s Day without his dad, James, who died after receiving care at Sue Ryder Wheatfields Hospice for his prostate cancer diagnosis.
Sue Ryder is disappointed to see that the Employment Bill was not announced in the Queen’s Speech.
If you want to better understand how men grieve, or are looking for ways to support a man close to you with their bereavement, such as your husband, boyfriend or friend, read on as we explore male behaviours in grief in more detail.
Sue Ryder is urging the Government to include the Employment Bill in the Queen's Speech on 10 May, in which they can introduce a legal right to paid bereavement leave for all.