Our clinics can provide emotional support from the moment you are diagnosed with a life limiting or life changing condition. This may include coping and adjusting to life with a diagnosis, support during treatments and with advancing disease.

Our team of nurses will spend time listening to your concerns and then offer appropriate support and advice. The nurse can liaise with other services on your behalf, or refer you to other appropriate services as required to ensure you are receiving the best possible care. These other services may include a social worker, benefits advisor, Family Support and Counselling team, and  Spiritual Care and Chaplaincy team.

We have a team of skilled complementary therapists who are currently offering non touch therapies such as reiki. They are also investing their skills more in the therapeutic use of the voice to provide guided relaxation techniques, anxiety management, breath work to help calm the body and mind, self-soothing techniques and coping skills advice.  Our therapists will be updating our complementary therapy services following government guidelines, when we can safely offer an increased service.

When and where will be appointment be?

We offer this service across two sites and will discuss which venue to attend that will be easier for you, either

  • St Luke’s Hospice in Winsford (on Mondays from Oct 2020)

or

  • Winterley Grange near Sandbach (on Wednesdays from Sept 2020)

You will be offered an appointment time and date to suit, and a total of six sessions will be provided.

On discharge, if you require ongoing support, you will be offered regular telephone contact from our nurse led Telephone Care service.

How will I get to my appointment?

You will need to provide your own transport to attend this service.

For your safety

On arrival to the clinic you will be greeted by a member of staff who will assist you to use the hand sanitisers, offer you a face mask to wear and show you where to sign in.

All patients will need to wear masks/face coverings for their visit to the Clinic unless you are exempt due to your health.

All staff will be wearing masks, gloves and aprons.

Wipe clean chairs are spaced out to allow for social distancing.