We understand that visiting is 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 marks Dying Matters Week by calling on the government to end the funding crisis facing the palliative care sector.
To mark International Nurses Day 2021, Sue Ryder Nurse Joanne Chapman shares her experience of working at Sue Ryder Duchess of Kent Hospice. She hopes that by sharing her story she will inspire others to follow a career in palliative care.
“I have lots of lovely memories with patients - them making me laugh and me making them laugh in return”
For International Nurses Day on 12 May, we're sharing Nursing Assistant Carole's story, who is celebrating 25 years of dedicated service at Thorpe Hall Hospice. We hope her experience inspires others to take up a nursing career in palliative care with us.
For International Nurses Day, we're sharing Georgie’s blog, where she describes her experience of joining Sue Ryder, the support she’s received as she pursues a career in palliative care and the more personal care she's able to provide for patients at Leckhampton Court Hospice.
“Every day counts – it is a cliché, but it is true. It is rewarding helping patients to get the best care they deserve”
When a Sue Ryder Nurse role came up at Sue Ryder St John’s Hospice in 2017, Nicola seized the opportunity. Since then, she has become a valued member of the hospice’s inpatient unit team, supporting and caring for people with life-limiting conditions.
Sue Ryder Duchess of Kent Hospice's new virtual therapy course helps the team reach and support more people
Claire White is the Occupational Therapy Team Lead at Sue Ryder Duchess of Kent Hospice. She talks about the role of her team and the virtual course they introduced to provide patients with self-management help and advice during the pandemic, which has revealed a new way to support people at home.
A coalition of MPs, businesses and charities have backed Sue Ryder's campaign for statutory bereavement leave in a powerful new video.
Four siblings and one of their partners are gearing up to take on a charity run for Sue Ryder Leckhampton Court Hospice later this year, in memory of their much loved mum, Andrea, who died in November following a battle with Motor Neurone Disease.
Sue Ryder has partnered with Pets As Therapy to launch a nationwide search for the paw-fect canine companions to carry out important duties and provide support for patients at their neurological care centres, hospices and palliative care hubs across the UK.