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Hear our patients’ stories, watch our fundraisers in action and tour our facilities. You can read more of our patients' stories here.
Are we ready?
The theme of this year's Dying Matters Week is ‘Are We Ready?’. Our medical experts Dr Sophie Price and Dr Anoosha Patel explain how Advance Care Planning could help you and your loved ones prepare for the future.
Last year Thames Hospice provided more than 1700 counselling and bereavement support sessions to its patients and their loved ones. Stevie accessed our bereavement counseling services following the death of her husband, Lou, and kindly shares her experiences of how we supported her.
Dave and Jeni's story
Jeni, aged 56, was cared for at Thames Hospice on our Inpatient Unit during her final few weeks of life in 2018. Dave, Jeni's husband, is here to tell you their story.
Langley shop opening
The stars of Absolutely Ascot and the Mayor of Slough joined us to celebrate the opening of our 21st shop in Langley
Pudsey Bear visits Thames Hospice
BBC Children In Need's Pudsey Bear visited Thames Hospice to celebrate a grant from Children In Need of £122,000. Pudsey met patients, staff and families. Find out more here
Step into our world of retail
Shop with us and help us provide vital care and support to local people. Find out more www.thameshospice.org.uk/shopwithus
Have you got what it takes to be a nurse on our Rapid Response team?
Watch Jamie to see what it's like being a nurse on our Rapid Response team.
Our Patient & Family Support Services
Simon, our Head of Patient and Family Support, provides insight into the emotional support services available.
Our Inpatient Unit
Our Medical Director, Dr Cecily Wright, talks about the care we provide on our Inpatient Unit.
The Rapid Response Service
Jamie and Josh from our Rapid Response Team talk about the service, and what it's like to deliver care in the local community.
The Home Studio
Emma from our Home Studio upcycles an old piece of furniture.
The Sunflower Walk
Remember a loved one at The Sunflower Walk.
Thinking about Hospice nursing?
Our staff talk about what it's like to be part of the nursing team at Thames Hospice.
Our expansion plans
Watch our Chief Executive and Chair of Trustees talk about why we need to expand.
A Short Film About Us
Created by world-renowned Broadcasting and Media Production Company, Special Treats, this video captures the essence of Thames Hospice.
Being a nurse at Thames Hospice
Clare has been a Nurse at Thames Hospice for five years and in this short film she describes how it's such a lovely, calm place and talks of the great bunch of people she works with.
What Hospice Care is to David...
To mark Hospice Care Week 2016, a patient explains what hospice care means to him.
What Hospice Care is to Dorothy...
To mark Hospice Care Week 2016, a patient's loved one explains what hospice care means to her.
What Hospice Care is to Debbie...
To mark Hospice Care Week 2016, our Chief Executive explains what hospice care means to her.
What Hospice Care is to Alex and Adele...
To mark Hospice Care Week 2016, two of our Volunteers explain what hospice care means to them.
What Hospice Care is to Helen...
To mark Hospice Care Week 2016, our Senior Sister explains what hospice care means to her.
Peter explains how much hospice care has helped him and his family.
Michael tells us his story about his condition and how staying at the Hospice has helped him.
A volunteer's story
Sarnjit tells us why you should volunteer for Thames Hospice.
Working at Thames Hospice
One of our wonderful Health Care Assistants, Sam Pangborn, explains what a unique place Thames Hospice is to work.
Our CEO's skydive with the Red Devils
Watch Chief Executive, Debbie Raven, jump 13,000 feet out of a plane with the Red Devils to fundraise for Thames Hospice.
BBC1 News at Six report
The Small family and members of Thames Hospice took part in a BBC news report showing how palliative care is provided.
A special message from our Chair of Trustees
Martin Jervis sends his thanks for the enormous contribution our volunteers make to Thames Hospice.
Walter Harris explains how important hospice care is.
Susan explains why going to the Thames Hospice Community Therapy Unit in Ascot is something she looks forward to.
Hospice at Home patient Deryck describes how being able to be cared for at home helped him.
One of our patients gives us some insight on her condition and what it's like to stay at a Hospice.
The secretary of our Datchet fundraising group tells us what it's like to raise money for Thames Hospice as part of a team.
Volunteering in retail - join us!
We have plenty of shops that need your valuable volunteer support around the Thames Valley.
Volunteering in a Hospice shop
Sue is a volunteer in one of our Hospice shops and has an interesting role to fill.
The importance of the holistic approach
At Thames Hospice, we believe that a holistic approach is key to a successful palliative care service.
Working at a hospice shop
Alex tells us what working at the Dedworth Homestore is like.