The Chief Executive of Children Hospice South West (CHSW) is calling on people to continue to support ‘vital’ local hospice care for children and families.
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Exeter Chiefs players delighted Children's Hospice South West (CHSW) children and families by holding a virtual story time session.
Players Jack Maunder, Joe Simmonds and Tom O'Flaherty joined 13 families at home via video call, as well as care teams at the charity’s three children’s hospices, for a special reading of Jack’s motivational new children's book, Bounce Back Jack!
Insurance broker, and title partner of Premiership Rugby, Gallagher, has launched a UK-wide initiative - ‘Tackling Tomorrow. Together’ – bringing to life stories of six UK businesses and a charity that have shown resilience, tenacity and pioneering spirit during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To highlight the diversity of challenges and opportunities presented by the pandemic, Children’s Hospice South West has been selected to participate in the programme in recognition of their efforts and resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lesley Milner, mum of Keira aged 5 months, is hoping to raise £35k for a host of charities that have supported them since Keira was diagnosed with a brain tumour.
Hannah Chapman is publishing her book: Yellow Day to support others and raise funds for the Lily Foundation
Social isolation is not new to families caring for children with life-limiting conditions. Many are used to long hospital stays far from home, long periods of illness preventing normal daily activities, being unable to attend school due to health needs, and sacrificing social interactions due to care needs.
Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) was invited to join a video call made by The Duchess of Cornwall and The Duchess of Cambridge to mark this year’s Children’s Hospice Week.
Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) is using its expertise in the community to help relieve pressure on the NHS during the coronavirus outbreak.