We recognise that you may be struggling with your illness from time to time. This is when we might be able to help to support you to adapt, to manage your illness more effectively and to improve your quality of life as a result.
Preparing for the future: it's important to know what choices you may want to make in the future to help you have more control of your life. We can help you with your plans for the future through Longfield's services.
You are welcome to come for a day of support or you can book hourly appointments for specific care. Patients can choose from a range of services, which are all free of charge:
Supporting you to stay at home: For people at the end of life, we provide a 24-hour service to enable people to die at home, if that is their choice – Hospice at Home
Please contact Longfield to refer yourself or a member of your family (with their consent). For our Hospice at Home service, you will need to talk to your GP or other healthcare professional for a referral.If you would prefer to meet us in person, come to our Welcome to Longfield: Information and Support Service, every Thursday morning, any time between 9.30. and 12.30. Find out how Longfield can support you to live well with life-limiting illness and about our 'Wellbeing Workshops' and other services that Longfield can provide. No appointment is necessary
Our commitment to providing you with the best care – please take a look at the information regarding our commitment to quality and standards
The Positive Caring course for family carers is a one off session being held at Longfield. The course is for people who are caring for a loved one or friend with a life-limiting illness.Read more
Not sure if we could help you or your family? Come along and speak to a member of staff to get personalised information and advice.
If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer or another life-limiting illness, you might prefer to stay at home for as long as possible or to die at home.
Whether you have just been diagnosed, you’re coming because you need support as you manage your illness, or you’re a family carer who needs support, rest assured, you have come to the right place.Read more
To help you gain a better understanding about our services, we asked our patients and their carers to give us their views of the support they have received from the Hospice.Read more
We have put together a list of other services and organisations that you might like to contact for additional information.