Providing free, supportive care and advice for those in the later stages of any life-limiting illness, the Paul Sartori Hospice at Home Charity delivers a range of support for patients in Pembrokeshire, in the comfort of their own home.
The team behind Paul Sartori Hospice at Home Charity
The hospice was founded in memory of Father Paul Sartori, a Haverfordwest-based Parish Priest, who saw a need for hospice care in Pembrokeshire. Having become ill himself, passing away from cancer at the age of 39, in 1980, he was not able to bring his ideas to fruition. However, his inspiration moved a small group of his local parishioners and, in his memory, friends strove to bring his ideas to fruition. In May 1981 the hospice was formed with a home care service team of six carers. Today the team includes a passionate group of trustees, management and staff who help it to achieve its daily objectives as well as raise funds for its continued work.
What they do to support cancer patients
The only Hospice at Home Service in the area, they offer a range of clinical services including home nursing care, physiotherapy, equipment loan, counselling, complementary therapies, advanced care planning, and training and education in palliative care, for those caring for patients or loved ones at home. They work they do is invaluable and relies entirely on charitable support and fundraising with patients and their families continuously commenting on the kindness that they receive.
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