As the majority of people prefer to be cared for in the comfort and dignity of their own homes, Farleigh Hospice provides a range of services in the home environment.
Hospice at Home - The Hospice at Home (H@H) service, works in collaboration with your District Nurses and GPs to provide a flexible, nursing care service that supports your choices about place of care at the end of your life. For more information about this service and how to be referred, please visit our Hospice at Home Main Page.
Specialist Nursing - We have a team of specialist palliative care nurses who provide support and advice to patients, their relatives, carers and health care professionals.
Physiotherapists - Helping patients remain as independent as possible.
Occupational Therapists - Provide specialist equipment to allow patients to stay at home and continue to do the things they enjoy.
Social Workers - Support patients, carers and relatives through what can be a very difficult time. This support extends to children.
Doctors - Our doctors are experienced in palliative medicine and can visit people at home to help with more complex symptoms.
Chaplain - We have a team of chaplains who can help with spiritual issues.
If you think that you might be able to benefit from Farleigh Hospice's services or you know someone who could then please click here for more information and referral details.