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Day services for you and those close to you

Our goal is to empower you to live life on your terms, making your everyday experiences easier and more comfortable. Our compassionate team, comprised of skilled nurses, doctors, therapists, and dedicated care professionals, is here to support individuals diagnosed with any terminal illness.

Your well-being is our priority, and we’re here to offer personalised care and support every step of the way.

Empowering our patients with choice is at the heart of what we do.

Our dedicated occupational and physiotherapists are equipped to alleviate and manage a variety of symptoms. Through personalised exercise programs and home adaptations, they can genuinely enhance your ability to live independently and comfortably. We’re here to support your journey toward a better quality of life.

What you can expect from our day services

Whether it’s cancer or a non-cancer condition, we recognise the uniqueness of each person’s journey. That’s why we provide a variety of specialised treatments tailored to your specific needs.

Our routine outpatient clinics and support groups are designed to empower you, offering invaluable guidance and confidence to help you lead a fulfilling life despite your illness. These sessions provide a platform to discuss your health, medications, and concerns. Moreover, they serve as gateways to various other specialised services within our Hospice. For instance, individuals experiencing fatigue and breathlessness can benefit significantly from specialised courses offering practical advice and support.

Make a referral

Patients can be referred to the Hospice either by their GP, community nurse specialist, district nurse, hospital doctor or consultant.

Day Hospice

A warm welcome awaits you from our specialist team of doctors, nurses, support staff and volunteers who offer a range of tailored therapies.

Living Well Service

The Living Well service is tailored to assist you in adapting to and embracing life with a terminal illness, helping you navigate this journey with support, compassion, and a focus on your well-being.

Bathing Service

People who wish to take a bath or shower, but may find it difficult or uncomfortable, can visit St Michael’s Hospice to enjoy a relaxing soak in our specially designed, spacious bathroom.

Complementary Therapies

Complementary therapies can help promote relaxation and reduce tension, alleviating feelings of anxiety and helping promote sleep.

Fatigue & Breathlessness (FAB) Clinic

The Fatigue and Breathlessness Course is designed to help you if you suffer from fatigue and/or breathlessness.

Neurological Support Group

The Neurological Support Group is an opportunity to share ideas, voice concerns and support each other.

Spiritual Care & Support

At St Michael’s Hospice, recognising and caring for spiritual needs is as important as the physical and practical care that we offer.

Social Work Service

We can offer you, and those close to you, support with the practical, financial, social or emotional impact of terminal illness and bereavement.

Counselling Service

The Counselling team at St Michael’s Hospice supports patients, their family members, friends and carers.

Make a referral

Patients can be referred to the Hospice either by their GP, community nurse specialist, district nurse, hospital doctor or consultant.

I’m profoundly grateful for the compassion and dedication of everyone here. They’ve made an immeasurable impact on my journey, filling my days with hope, warmth, and a sense of belonging.

Day Service Patient

Additional information

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