What You Say About Us
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Once again I would like to thank everyone for the support you gave to Frances in the last few weeks of her life.
Edward Goater (husband), in memory of Frances Goater.
I enclose a cheque towards your excellent hospice care. Long may it continue.
Mrs E Morgan.
I am sure it is not too late to thank all of you at the hospital/ hospice for the gentle care you gave my aunt, Mrs Audrey Lowe who died peacefully on 7 July. Your thoughtful approach gave her a dignified and pain- free last few days. Thank you – and also for the support you offered grieving relatives as well.
I hope you can use the small donation enclosed for some STAFF support or treat. You do deserve it.
Janet Powney, in memory of Audrey Lowe
To all of you with grateful thanks for the help and support and TLC. All best wishes.
Cyril and Sheila Selby
We are grateful for the care you gave him in his last sad days.
Valerie Colin-Russ on behalf of Melbourne Court residents association, in memory of Charles Goodman
With thanks for all the loving care you showed her.
Sidney Frosh, In memory of Constance Valerie Mattatiahu.
Many thanks for helping to make his end as good as it could be.
Judith & Jim Haigh, in memory of Christopher Corden.
I come 2 days a week for support, which is wonderful for me and also gives my wife some time to herself. The boost I get from coming to day services keeps me going and the regular combination of acupuncture and physiotherapy are really helping me manage my symptoms. It’s terrific to feel I can rely on St John’s.
The one thing that has been constant throughout at St John’s is the quality of care I receive from the carers, nurses and staff.
Being in the hospice gave me space. I was in a place surrounded by beautifully benevolent people. It doesn't matter to them who you are, they are so professional, they are so understanding.