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Trinity Palliative Care Services and Brian House Children s Hospice

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Trinity Hospice and Palliative Care Services and Brian House Children s Hospice provides specialist palliative care to the adults and children of Blackpool, Fylde and Wyre and much needed support for their families. Our services are available free of charge, however the Hospice only received limited government funding and therefore approximately 4m needs to be raised each year from the community. Your support is greatly appreciated.

Trinity Palliative Care Services and Brian House Children s Hospice Registered charity number 511009

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“Thank you for the amazing care you gave to my friends lively dad in his final days xxx”

10.00 + 2.50 Gift Aid

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“Sponsorship money for the colour splash x”

Louise Harvey donated

147.00 + 0.00 Gift Aid

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“In memory of Joy Kennedy”

$50.00 + $0.00 Gift Aid

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“For the colour splash.”

30.00 + 0.00 Gift Aid

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“In memory of the late Mary Bernadette ( Bernie ) Wright”

Eamonn, Siobhan, Liam donated

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“Well done Ella on Colour Splash, you looked VERY colourful! “

Nan/Mum :o) donated

10.00 + 2.50 Gift Aid

iLiv to Trek – National 3 Peaks Challenge

I m cycling Lands End to John O Groats in 9 days for Robert Kearsley because we all want to support this fantastic facility.

I m We are holding lots of different events! for Danielle Taylor because

Mark Merrick has raised 4,855.00 so far

I m cycling from Lands End to John O Groats for Mark Merrick because they do amazing work with very sick kids.

Jo Lyon has raised 4,450.00 so far

I m not running a marathon, or in fact any distance, for Jo Lyon because my mum always said it was bad for your joints.





Marymount Hospice by Brian Caul on Prezi #what #is #palliative #medicine

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Marymount Hospice

MG4436 – Next Steps Expansion in 1876

Elderly Care and Terminal Care .

Marymount Hospice – 26th of April 1984.

Lack of Funding – association of Friends

1990s – major changes -employees -departments -services

Transfer of operation and leadership

New Hospice – Completed July 2011 Changes to Date:

The Executive Committee (TOP DAWGS!)

The Mission Committee

The Development Committee

The Finance Committee

Employees Organization Structure – Bureaucratic Style Kevin O’Dwyer – Chief Executive of the organization. – Task Orientated – Directive Style

Tony O’Brien – Medical Director. – Supportive and Participative – Communications Meetings Leadership – Path Goal Styles Get Approval from Board of Directors

Conduct 3 Interviews, Staff Management

Visit New Facilities Brief History:

Dr Patrick Murphy – Sisters of Charity – For cancer patients.

8th of May 1869 the first stone of the new hospital was laid – opened on the 14th of September 1870

The hospital had an income of £300 p.a.

There was no end to the unkind opinions and comments directed toward the sisters of charity and the hospital.

Catherine Hackett – First Patient Change Management – Kaleidoscope





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Brian Ensor and Wendie Ayley – The Dying Room #heathrow #airport #hotels

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Radio New Zealand

Dr Brian Ensor, Director of Palliative Care and Wendie Ayley, clinical nurse specialist, are both from Mary Potter Hospice in Wellington.

Next week the hospice is holding a conference for health professionals, plus a public lecture, to talk about the last 48 hours of life and the needs of both the dying and those who care for them.

The hospice points out that most deaths are not sudden, they occur over hours or days. They want to focus on the physiological, emotional, cultural and spiritual elements of the last 48 hours of life, and how health professionals can assist the dying person to have a dignified and comfortable end, and for family and friends to be able to have as positive an experience of their loved one s death as is possible.

Wallace Chapman talks to Dr Brian Ensor and nurse Wendie Ayley.

Public lecture: The Dying Room Te Ara Whanui is at St Andrews on The Terrace, Wellington, Friday, 15 May, 6-7pm.





Marymount Hospice by Brian Caul on Prezi #last #minute #deals #hotels

#marymount hospice

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Marymount Hospice

MG4436 – Next Steps Expansion in 1876

Elderly Care and Terminal Care .

Marymount Hospice – 26th of April 1984.

Lack of Funding – association of Friends

1990s – major changes -employees -departments -services

Transfer of operation and leadership

New Hospice – Completed July 2011 Changes to Date:

The Executive Committee (TOP DAWGS!)

The Mission Committee

The Development Committee

The Finance Committee

Employees Organization Structure – Bureaucratic Style Kevin O’Dwyer – Chief Executive of the organization. – Task Orientated – Directive Style

Tony O’Brien – Medical Director. – Supportive and Participative – Communications Meetings Leadership – Path Goal Styles Get Approval from Board of Directors

Conduct 3 Interviews, Staff Management

Visit New Facilities Brief History:

Dr Patrick Murphy – Sisters of Charity – For cancer patients.

8th of May 1869 the first stone of the new hospital was laid – opened on the 14th of September 1870

The hospital had an income of £300 p.a.

There was no end to the unkind opinions and comments directed toward the sisters of charity and the hospital.

Catherine Hackett – First Patient Change Management – Kaleidoscope





Brian Ensor and Wendie Ayley – The Dying Room #hotel #online #booking

#mary potter hospice

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Radio New Zealand

Dr Brian Ensor, Director of Palliative Care and Wendie Ayley, clinical nurse specialist, are both from Mary Potter Hospice in Wellington.

Next week the hospice is holding a conference for health professionals, plus a public lecture, to talk about the last 48 hours of life and the needs of both the dying and those who care for them.

The hospice points out that most deaths are not sudden, they occur over hours or days. They want to focus on the physiological, emotional, cultural and spiritual elements of the last 48 hours of life, and how health professionals can assist the dying person to have a dignified and comfortable end, and for family and friends to be able to have as positive an experience of their loved one s death as is possible.

Wallace Chapman talks to Dr Brian Ensor and nurse Wendie Ayley.

Public lecture: The Dying Room Te Ara Whanui is at St Andrews on The Terrace, Wellington, Friday, 15 May, 6-7pm.





Brian House Children – s Hospice – Trinity Hospice #monthly #motel #rates

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Brian House Children s Hospice

Brian House is our specialist unit within Trinity Hospice specialising in palliative care for children. It is a fully equipped children’s hospice, not a holiday centre, and caters entirely for children who live on Fylde Coast. As one of only a handful of local children’s hospices in the UK it currently supports over 80 families.

We opened Brian House in December 1996 to provide a specialist children’s service under the umbrella of Trinity. We provide care and a ‘home from home’ environment for children and young adults from within the Blackpool, Fylde and Wyre areas who have life threatening and/or life limiting conditions.

Brian House meets complex needs, providing support for the family and care for children who will not be cured of their illness. Our respite care, which we provide at regular intervals, gives families the opportunity to experience times of relief and normality. When a child’s life is limited it puts enormous pressure on every member of the family as they try to cope with the emotional, practical and financial implications. It can be really hard for brothers and sisters too, so for all the family, Brian House is a support mechanism.

It s an amazing place. The kitchen is a hive of activity and with its sweet shop colour theme and giant marshmallow decorations looks good enough to eat! Each of our four bedrooms has a theme, with one specially designed for our teenagers. The lounge areas are spacious enough for group music therapy, and for informal play and relaxation.

Our sensory room and corridor are an adventure of colour, light and sounds. Enter the craft room at your own risk: you’ll probably leave covered in paint and glitter!

Brian House is here when families need us most, and sometimes relationships develop over many years, enabling us to take huge delight in watching our children grow.

Care is provided free of charge to children who need it, but it costs over £1 million a year to run Brian House and we get only a small amount of money from the Government. That’s why the generosity of people on the Fylde Coast is vital. Without voluntary donations Brian House could not be here for the families who need us, and without Brian House, where would they turn?

Brian House Children s Hospice

Brian House provides care for children and young people from the Fylde Coast who are unlikely to reach adulthood and gives wide-ranging support to their families.Learn More

  • Whether you are an individual, company or a community group there are many ways you can support our ongoing work. If you think you can help, get involved!Learn More

  • Our Outreach Team helps sick children, young people and their families who need support at home.Learn More

  • Some answers to commonly asked questions about Brian House and the work we do here.Learn More

  • Brian House was specially designed and planned to create a child friendly environment, and provides a home from home for your child and you.Learn More