Our care outcomes


Reduced anxiety, isolation and depression through better access to information and professional / peer support. Improved dignity and comfort through assisted bathing. Reduced pain and tension through holistic therapies. Reduced risk of crises at home [...]

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The benefits of our service


Typically we tend to work with people with troubling physical and/or emotional issues, who generally have a few months or years to live. Our holistic care services promote physical, practical, emotional, social and spiritual wellbeing, [...]

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Who are our partners?


We’re an independent hospice working closely with specialist teams, GPs, social services and other providers in our region. As a member of the Hywel Dda Palliative Care Strategy Group, all of our services are developed [...]

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Do we provide respite for children?


As much as we would like to offer our services to people under the age of 18, children often have very specific needs that we are currently unable to meet. Have a look at Ty [...]

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How are we funded?


We are an independent charity with no government grant, funded through donations and fundraising events. So far we have raised over £1.75 million (including a grant of £500k from the Big Lottery Fund) towards our [...]

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Do I have to be religious?


Absolutely not! We go to great lengths to ensure that everyone, regardless of their age, gender, culture or belief is made to feel equally welcome. We will protect our patients and their families from any [...]

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Who provides clinical care?


We have highly experienced palliative nurses providing clinical care during our inpatient respite sessions. There is no handover of care – our patient’s specialist medical and primary care teams remain the lead professionals.

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What is the catchment area?


We have no catchment area – there are no geographical restrictions. Most of our patients come from the three counties of Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire as travelling can become an issue from further afield.

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How to make a referral


Anyone can make a referral. It could be the patient, a carer, or a family member, but we must have full consent from a GP, consultant or nurse before we can begin. We encourage you [...]

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How much does it cost?


All of our services are offered completely free of charge. Nobody will mention money to you, or your family. If you would like to donate, you are of course very welcome – hospice care is [...]

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