The illness and death of someone you love can have a profound and lasting impact. We are here to provide family, friends and carers with support, comfort and advice at every stage of their loved one’s illness and after their death. Our team is available to offer advice on practical and financial matters and provide emotional support tailored to you. We also run support groups where you can meet other people who are in similar situations and share experiences.

Counselling and bereavement support

Our trained counsellors can provide support to carers and family members throughout from when you first receive the news of a loved ones diagnosis and they are referred to us, through knowing your loved one’s condition is terminal and then after their death. We know that everyone responds to grief in their own way and our own specially trained team of counsellors and bereavement experts offer vital support for families including young children and teenagers to help you through the stages of your grief. We offer one to one sessions or group support.

Therapies and treatments for carers

We understand that it can be difficult as a carer and so we offer a limited number of complementary therapy sessions, which might include aromatherapy, reflexology or massage, to give carers a chance to relax, de-stress and have some time out. Please be aware that this is by appointment only and will be prioritised on a bases of need.

 

To find out more

Please contact our Wellbeing Care Team: Call 01483 881750 or send an email.