Donation drop off point temporarily closed

Saint Michael’s Hospice has announced the temporary closure of their shop donation drop off point following an incredible show of support from the local community. The centralised donation drop off point was launched on 4th July as a way to accept shop donations in line with Covid-19 safety measures and quarantine requirements. Following 4 weeks …

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Harrogate resident’s poignant tribute to her friend and local palliative care

      Anne Boland who paid tribute to her friend Dora Harrogate resident Anne Boland  organised a poignant tribute to her best friend and ‘’soul-mate’’ Dora Storey who was cared for by our HOME Service team before her death from cancer earlier this month. As Dora left her home for her final journey, Anne invited …

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Keeping patients safe the priority for Non-Palliative Lymphoedema Service

Since March the Saint Michael’s Non-Palliative Lymphoedema Service has continued to care for patients who need support with managing their condition. A high number of the services’ patients have either been isolating or shielding, meaning support has been provided via phone – keeping people safe and continuing to provide the service. Where attendance to appointments …

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Royal boost to helpline for NHS, care workers and emergency services.

A national COVID-19 helpline for NHS and Care workers -  which Saint Michael’s specialist emotional wellbeing and bereavement support service has been helping to provide -  is to be extended to ‘blue light’ emergency services, thanks to a boost from a Royal Foundation grant. The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge has …

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An update from our Harrogate hospice based Motor Neurone Disease support service

Throughout COVID-19, our Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Clinical Nurse Specialist Kate Adams has been busy finding new ways to support patients and their families. Motor Neurone Disease is a progressive, terminal condition that affects the brain and nerves, and Kate is there to support people living with this illness and their families to lessen the …

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