Medical problems associated with a Terminal Diagnosis - to include uncontrolled pain,
vomiting, breathlessness, fatigue, anxiety and low mood.
Emotional Problems - including bereavement, loneliness and isolation and the stress of a terminal diagnosis
Family Stress - including practical and pre and post bereavement support.
We provide a 20 bed inpatient unit, a wellbeing centre which includes occupational therapy, physiotherapy and complementary therapy, a community nursing team who visit people in their own homes and pre and post bereavement support. We also offer spiritual and social work support.
Our impact video
Community Physiotherapy Project
Support 2300 patients, carers, family and friends in 2020/21
Support 354 patients in our Inpatient Unit
Support 360 patients through our Wellbeing Service
Support 240 people through our Physiotherapy Service
How can you help?
Funding for our Community Physiotherapist project
We Ensure that no-one dies alone, afraid or in pain
We are expanding our reach to meet everyone who needs end of life care in our catchment area
We are expanding our Physiotherapy service to ensure patients can remain independent when they are cared for in the community
In 2018/19 we were able to support 2,115 people: 1,641 patients and 474 family members and friends with medical, emotional and practical support.
St Wilfrid’s provides care and services to all adults over the age of eighteen with any form of terminal illness. We want to see a community where people talk openly about dying, live well until the end of their life and where nobody dies alone, afraid or in pain.