“A job with Sue Ryder helps you grow and it brings out the real you” Leah's path to end of life care with Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice
Leah recently joined Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice as a Sue Ryder Nurse, as part of the Skilled Worker Visa scheme. She shares her story in the hope of encouraging more international nurses to find out about joining the us through the scheme.
“We make sure that if people are near the end of their life that they’re never left alone” Our journeys into palliative care nursing
Denise and Lynne are Nursing Assistants at Sue Ryder Duchess of Kent Hospice. They reflect on their different routes into nursing, their passion for the job and why they would encourage others to consider a career in palliative care with Sue Ryder.
The third episode of our Grief Kind podcast features fashion and textiles designer Pearl Lowe, who talks with host Clover Stroud about her experience of grief after her dad, Eddie, died of a heart attack. She discusses the void Eddie left behind, how she navigated grief and why, when grieving all she really wanted was for people to “bother” her.
Emma is Sue Ryder Neurological Care Centre Stagenhoe's first ever Occupational Therapist. At just 26 years old, Emma is responsible for establishing the centre’s approach to embedding new interventions for patients. Emma only joined the team in September of this year, but has worked quickly to develop new ways of working.
Kate is Senior Occupational Therapist at Sue Ryder Neurological Care Centre Lancashire. She joined Sue Ryder in March 2021, after her peers had recommended the service to her, due to its innovative approach. During Occupational Therapy Week, Kate tells us what this celebration means to her, what she enjoys most about her role and what a typical day looks like.
Today, Wednesday 27 October, the Chancellor announced the government’s Autumn budget, setting out tax changes and new spending commitments.
The Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice at Home team is celebrating six years of delivering expert palliative care to people at home in Peterborough, and looking forward to giving more care to more people as the team grows.
The second episode of our Grief Kind podcast is with TV presenter and Make Motherhood Diverse founder, Candice Brathwaite, who talks to Clover Stroud about losing her dad when she was just 21, the isolation she felt and how her friends struggled to support her.
Judith, a Senior Carer at Sue Ryder Neurological Care Centre Stagenhoe, was in her late 50's and looking for a new career when a friend suggested she apply at the centre. She talks about why it's never too late to find your perfect job and why Stagenhoe is such an enjoyable place to work.
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.