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.
Sue Ryder Neurological Care Centre Lancashire's value of care rated ‘Outstanding’ by Care Quality Commission report
The value and effectiveness of the care provided at Sue Ryder Neurological Care Centre Lancashire has been deemed ‘Outstanding’ in a recent report issued by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Jane currently receives care and support from Sue Ryder Palliative Care Hub South Oxfordshire and was matched with Sean through their volunteer befriending scheme in 2020. They talk about the friendship they've created and how befriending has had a profound impact on their lives.
Izzy, 19, has just started working with Sue Ryder as a member of Retail Bank Staff. She started volunteering with Sue Ryder as part of her Duke of Edinburgh Award, and enjoyed it so much she didn’t want to leave! Izzy is autistic, and found that Sue Ryder was a really welcoming environment for her when looking for employment.
Meet Sheila, Glenda and Denise, three retail volunteers at our Ramsey shop who between them have given over 40 years of dedicated service to Sue Ryder.
Today, Wednesday 27 October, the Chancellor announced the government’s Autumn budget, setting out tax changes and new spending commitments.
Louise is a Senior Physiotherapist at Sue Ryder Neurological Care Centre Lancashire. She has been instrumental in providing expert care for her clients and explains how being a physio is a varied and rewarding role. She sees Allied Health Professions day on October 14 as an important celebration of the vital work that her and her colleagues across healthcare carry out daily.
Today Sue Ryder co-hosted a roundtable with thought leaders and professionals in the field of bereavement to discuss key themes of work for the recently formed bereavement commission.
Our Influencing and Engagement team attended the Labour and Conservative Party Conferences in September and October, respectively, to raise awareness of the growing demand for palliative care, and the need for a sustainable funding solution to secure its future.
“I have the opportunity to make people happy with my food every day” Making a difference for residents and staff from The Chantry's kitchen
Gloria is the Head Chef at Sue Ryder Neurological Care Centre The Chantry. She talks about how inspiring The Chantry's person-centred approach is, the rewards of bringing joy through her meals and seeing the wellbeing benefits of letting people get creative with their food.