Midlands Hospice is a non-profit organisation committed to caring for the terminally ill through home-based care, education and training and bereavement support. Hospice relies on support and financial contributions from the general public, corporate sector, and philanthropic donors.
Patients in our Care
Palliative Care is an approach that improves the quality of life of patients and their families facing challenges associated with life threatening illness, through the prevention and relief of suffering by means of early identification, impeccable assessment, management of pain and other problems.
Any person of any age with a confirmed medical diagnosis of a life-limiting condition qualifies for palliative care.
I am writing this letter to you to let you know how great full I am for everything you have done for me. You know when I was in the dark you came and gave me hope for my life. Being sick and the loss of my dearly child did affect me physically and emotionally but you came through and helped me. Although I am not fully recovered, but I am going there. I cannot even describe in words how much you have helped me. You got a good heart thank you so much. You are the one I will never forget in my life. Keep on doing the good job. My children and my granny are so great full of you too.
Dear Lovely Hospice
Hospice members are lovely couz they have helped me with lots of things like telling me how to take the treatment and how does it help.
Hospice members are kindley, trustweathlynes, respectfully, they are in a God quality with confidence of helping people.
Keep on Hospice don’t change what you do to me, even to others do it.
Thank you with all the love Hospice
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