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Help at home
We can support you to have more independence in your own home.
Our Occupational Therapy team can help with household adjustments to make things easier, such as installing hand grips in the bathroom, or with advice and exercises to make daily living more comfortable.
Physiotherapy at home can help with mobility and breathing to improve your quality of life.
Visits by Hospice nurses or Hospice care assistants provide help with nursing and hands-on care. They can help you and your family deal with the day-to-day difficulties of living with an incurable illness.
Hospice Neighbour volunteers can offer companionship and help with practical tasks such as picking up prescriptions, doing a spot of light gardening or walking the dog. Best of all, they are always ready for a friendly chat over a cup of tea or coffee.
Our team of highly trained staff and volunteers includes: Hospice doctors, specialist practitioners, advanced practitioners, nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, care assistants, rehabilitation assistants, bereavement visitors and Hospice Neighbours.
We work alongside your existing professional support such as your GP, district nurse and social carers.
Key services enabling care to be delivered in the community
Helping the Haverhill community with the Burton Centre
The Community Hospice Team
The Independent Living team(Rehab team)