Bostall Hill, Abbey Wood, London, London, SE2 0GB
My mother was admitted to the hospice last December for respite care. She was very well looked after the staff were very caring and professional. Unfortunately my mother passed away in March but we would not have hesitated to use the hospice for respite if she had still been alive.
I would like to express my thanks and gratitude to the home care team. Without there help and support and coordinating all the assistance my wife needed I do not know what I would have done, my wife was only a resident in the hospice for less than 24 hours before passing away so it is difficult to answer the questions on the opposite page. I received counselling from the hospice councilors and again I would like to express my thanks and gratitude to the,. Yours sincerely.
Exceptional care, treated as an individual and not another case. Always feel comfortable in the surroundings and safe. The counselling service is a lifeline for mt and in my opinion could not be improved. The time some people wait to be seen could be decreased but his has not been my case.
All nurses were caring, compassionate and listened really well to all my health needs. This included Maria, Martha, Elizabeth and also my social worker Glunis Berny.
I received counselling. She always arrived on time, appointments always kept have received the support I needed. I felt very comfortable with her and built up a very good relationship.
I had wonderful care - my Councillor was respectful, understanding, supportive and I felt at ease. I lost my 16 years old son. I honestly do not think I would still be alive if it was not for Linda. She was my lifeline. Thanks to her my understanding of my situation and life in general is much more positive and I am a better person for my family.
I was listened to and not judged. Help me look at my problems from a different view point. Helped me deal with my feelings and let me get things off my chest. Maggie is a credit to the hospice.
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