Lesley Wrigley has been fighting cancer for 30 years. Here, in her own words, she explains the positive effect Sue Ryder has had on her life.
"I am lonely", admits Richard Littledale, following the loss of his wife. Here he writes about the L word - loneliness - and how it affects his life.
Val Lunn shares her family's story of support from our Wheatfields Hospice as both her son and husband were cared for by the team last year.
Sue Ryder has launched a new online platform called Celebrating a Life, designed to make it easier for people to organise an event to celebrate the memory and life of a loved one.
As participants pound the streets of Aberdeen in preparation for this year’s Great Aberdeen Run, brother and sister duo Lesley and Donnie, who took on the 10K last year for Sue Ryder’s Dee View Court Capital Appeal, are championing others to slip on their running shoes, blogs Dee View Appeal Manager Emma Leiper Finlayson.
Elinor Jayne, Policy & Public Affairs Manager for Scotland, gives her insights on the latest cabinet reshuffle in the Scottish Parliament, and what it might mean for palliative and neurological care in Scotland.
The Rotary Club of Aberdeen have kindly donated £1,000 towards our capital appeal to extend the Aberdeen-based neurological care centre, Sue Ryder Dee View Court.
It's one of the seven wonders of the world and it tops many a bucket list, but there is so much more to this place than the (undeniably impressive) ruins of Machu Picchu. If you're looking to really let this magical place get under your skin and make the most of the whole experience, Discover Adventure's Dan asserts, here is what truly makes this trip unforgettable.
What makes a good day? A nice cup of tea in the morning? Sitting in a sunny garden in the afternoon? A chat with a friend in the evening? These are simple pleasures that all of us can relate to. But, when time is limited, these moments can be even more precious. Our Director of Hospices and Fundraising Holly explains why she and her colleagues need your help to make these things happen.
We are piloting a new online video bereavement service for Online Community members to give people in the various stages of grief additional help, counselling and support at a time that suits them.