Sue Ryder calls on nation to help those grieving as charity sees surge in need for its bereavement support amidst coronavirus turmoil
The UK death toll from Coronavirus has now more than 44,000, which means over an estimated 220,000 people are currently grieving in lockdown. As a result, Sue Ryder has seen a significant spike in the need for its bereavement support, including the charity’s free Online Bereavement Counselling Service and Online Bereavement Community.
Letter to Helen Whatley MP, Care Minister from Sue Ryder's Chief Executive, Heidi Travis, regarding access to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
Coronavirus patients being cared for by Sue Ryder Nurses on the brink of running out of Personal Protection Equipment
The NHS and people at the end of their lives will be the victims, as charity, Sue Ryder, fears it is only a matter of days before it will cease to be able to protect staff from COVID-19.
Joint letter to British Retail Consortium to ask for hospice staff to access key worker hours in supermarkets
Together with Hospice UK, Marie Curie and Together for Short Lives, Sue Ryder has written to the British Retail Consortium to ask for their help in making sure hospice staff can access supermarkets alongside their NHS counterparts during key worker hours.
Meet Lucy Sansom, a Palliative Care Social Worker at Sue Ryder Duchess of Kent Hospice. She provides social care support to patients, families and carers at the hospice and in the community. Here, Lucy talks us through a day in her life.
Meet Sue Ryder St John’s Family Support Team, a multi-disciplinary team who support people from diagnosis onwards, during life-limiting conditions, and we also offer bereavement support after a loved one has died.
“I know that every mile I run and every pound I raise will be special.” Hayley Maud to run Leeds Half Marathon in memory of her father and to support Wheatfields Hospice
Hayley Maud is set to take on the Asda Foundation Leeds Half Marathon on Sunday 10 May in memory of her father, Andy, and to raise vital funds for Sue Ryder Wheatfields Hospice in Leeds, whose Community Team cared for Andy at home in 2019.
Sue Ryder statement on Jack's Law, which is a law coming into force in April, that allows parents to take two-weeks statutory bereavement leave
In a letter to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr Rishi Sunak, ahead of this week’s Budget, Sue Ryder's Director of Nursing, Sarah Gigg, states that the lack of secure funding is putting care for vulnerable people “at unnecessary risk.”
A hard-hitting new report, published today by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, Royal College of Occupational Therapists and Sue Ryder, asks MPs to ensure the NHS delivers on patients’ right to rehabilitation.