​FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR PATIENTS AND CARERS – ELLENOR HOSPICE

Blog posts   •   Nov 05, 2020 08:51 GMT

Ellenor hospice supports more than 3,000 families with terminal and life limiting conditions and their families in Kent and Bexley each year, also providing a dedicated financial support service.

ellenor hospice says big thank you for continued support during covid

Blog posts   •   Oct 23, 2020 09:33 BST

September is traditionally the month where thousands of people come together for ellenor’s popular Twilight Walk, walking the streets of Gravesend to celebrate and remember someone special as well as to honour the work of ellenor’s staff and volunteers, who make a huge difference to thousands of lives every year.

Liam uses magic talents to support ellenor

Blog posts   •   Oct 22, 2020 08:00 BST

If 13-year-old Liam could be summed up in four words they would be lively, loveable, confident and energetic.

#HospiceCareWeek | Lisa’s story: why I love my job

Blog posts   •   Oct 09, 2020 13:19 BST

​“I’m very proud to work for ellenor – I work for an incredible charity knowing that our shops make a difference to the local community”.

#HospiceCareWeek | Why ellenor’s housekeepers are so vital to the charity

Blog posts   •   Oct 09, 2020 13:14 BST

​ellenor – the charity supporting those with life-limiting illnesses and their families – doesn’t count ‘unsung heroes’ among its staff. This is because each person who works for the charity is acknowledged and celebrated as an essential part of the ellenor team.

#HospiceCareWeek | THE TWO-WAY STREET OF VOLUNTEERING

Blog posts   •   Oct 05, 2020 15:59 BST

So often, those who volunteer with us have their own connections that have brought them to the charity – and they will often say, too, that they feel they gain as much from their work with us as they give. Here, Suzanne Wood tells her story.

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month: My role as a Children’s Care Assistant

News   •   Oct 01, 2020 08:00 BST

For over six years, Sam Politt has been a Children’s Care Assistant at ellenor. Friends ask her how she copes with her challenging, sometimes emotional work – especially given that she’s got a nine-year-old daughter herself. She says, “My role is to look after children who, despite illness, are most often cheeky, smiley and bouncy – just like every child is.”

#ChildhoodCancerAwarenessMonth: Florence's personal story about her journey.

Blog posts   •   Sep 24, 2020 08:00 BST

​Florence’s journey started in January 2020 when she was diagnosed with Leukaemia (AML) as a family we were thrust into the world of a cancer diagnosis! We quickly learnt about blood counts, side effects and the gruelling chemotherapy treatment that Florence had to endure.

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month: Bringing expertise from leading London hospitals direct to children’s homes

News   •   Sep 15, 2020 08:00 BST

Bringing expertise from London hospitals direct to children in their own homes is an under-recognised service that forms the foundation of care provided by ellenor. Thanks to this partnership approach, many children under ellenor’s care in Kent can make fewer journeys and spend less time attending hospitals in London for their appointments.

#ChildhoodCancerAwarenessMonth: How we are helping baby Grace and her family bounce back to normality…

News   •   Sep 10, 2020 08:00 BST

There are times when a mother’s instinct really can be a lifesaver. As a mum of three, Carrie Wilson knew her baby daughter Grace was suffering from something way beyond the usual illnesses.

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About ellenor

Providing the best care and support for families facing terminal illness

We are ellenor, a charity funded by the generosity of our local community, offering the best care and support to families facing terminal illness in Kent. We are the only charity in the county that provides hospice care for people of all ages – babies, children and adults - and their families. This includes pain and symptom relief, end of life care, respite, bereavement support and emotional and spiritual care.