St Peter’s  Hospital has a new Memory Café  at Guildford Road, Chertsey, KT16 0PZ,  at the  Medical Unit Seminar Room, Level 4 (Duchess of Kent Wing).

 

The new Memory Café offers informal support and advice for anyone worried about their loved one’s memory loss.  It is primarily aimed at supporting families and carers of patients suffering from memory loss (for example from dementia), who are staying in hospital.

 

The Café will be open once a month on designated days and is a brand new initiative to support those caring for a loved one with memory loss.

 

 

 

The Sunningdale Carers Group meets the Pavilion at Broomhall Recreation Ground, Broomhall Lane, Sunningdale on the second Tuesday of the month at 2pm.  Attendance is free.

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Pictured Above: Thames Hospice  'Frontline' Staff

THAMES HOSPICE ANNOUNCES CRITICAL CHANGES TO ITS SERVICES IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19 | Thames Hospice cares for and supports local families facing terminal illness and it’s important that, during these unprecedented times, we take all reasonable steps to continue to protect the well-being and safety of those using our services, as well as colleagues working and volunteering at the Hospice.

Following the UK Government’s guidance on COVID-19, our services are operating as follows to ensure we continue to support local people and NHS Trusts:

Inpatient Unit

The Inpatient Unit remains open, continuing to care for patients with end-of-life needs and will also support those who have or are suspected of having COVID-19. The Inpatient Unit will be divided into two clinical areas (with separate entrances) to support and protect patients, visitors and staff as follows: 

  • All patients who do not have COVID-19 will be nursed in the shared wards
  • Patients with COVID-19 will be cared for in the single rooms

 The Sanctuary on the Inpatient Unit will only be available to relatives of COVID-19 patients where they will be able to access support from our Pastoral Care Team.

Read more: Thames Hospice | Critical Changes to Services During Corona Crisis

Thames Hospice  

 

Pictured Above: Thames Hospice  'Frontline' Staff

THAMES HOSPICE ANNOUNCES CRITICAL CHANGES TO ITS SERVICES IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19 | Thames Hospice cares for and supports local families facing terminal illness and it’s important that, during these unprecedented times, we take all reasonable steps to continue to protect the well-being and safety of those using our services, as well as colleagues working and volunteering at the Hospice.

Following the UK Government’s guidance on COVID-19, our services are operating as follows to ensure we continue to support local people and NHS Trusts:

Inpatient Unit

The Inpatient Unit remains open, continuing to care for patients with end-of-life needs and will also support those who have or are suspected of having COVID-19. The Inpatient Unit will be divided into two clinical areas (with separate entrances) to support and protect patients, visitors and staff as follows: 

  • All patients who do not have COVID-19 will be nursed in the shared wards
  • Patients with COVID-19 will be cared for in the single rooms

 The Sanctuary on the Inpatient Unit will only be available to relatives of COVID-19 patients where they will be able to access support from our Pastoral Care Team.

Read more: Thames Hospice | Critical Changes to Services During Corona Crisis (2)

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