The help we offer includes counselling, family support and social work. We can give advice, support and assistance in discussing illness and treatments, and in helping prepare family members for the death of a loved one.
This support may be one to one support, couple’s support, children and family sessions, and peer groups. We are only able to offer this support thanks to the generosity of our donors and fundraisers; you can make a donation online.
We can act as an advocate and liaise with employers and schools if needed. We can support young people either individually or in a family group. Children under five will be supported via their parent/guardian or within their family unit and not individually.
We offer spiritual care, as well as physical and emotional care. The chaplaincy team is here to listen, journey with, enable and equip people to fulfil their spiritual needs and find inner peace. People like to talk about hope, peace, sense of meaning and purpose, faith, belief, relationships and forgiveness.
Keeping in touch when you can't be with someone who is so ill that they might die leaflet
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, we are not able to provide the face to face support we would usually give families.
Our family support team has therefore put together some 'how to' videos for creative activities to do as a family; which also serve as a good distraction, allowing your children to open up and share their feelings, worries, and questions.
This video provides families with tools to help children cope with their worries and questions through the use of a worry box, worry monster, and worry people.
If your child/ren are having trouble sleeping; having dreams or nightmares; or you're having trouble getting them to go to bed; this video could help you. In this video we give you instructions on how to make a dream catcher - as a fun activity for you and the children - as well as guidance on how to encourage your child to open up with you.
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