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Pathways to resilience in families of children in palliative care

Rise Shemilt, a Paediatric Palliative Care Social Worker at The Gaddum Centre in Manchester, UK, provides practical information about pathways to resilience in families of children receiving palliative care. Having a child in palliative care does not affect the child patient alone, but rather “the reality is that the whole family is living with the …continue reading »

Making seaside dreams come true

Anna Perolls, Fundraising & Communications Manager at Hospices of Hope describes the recent glorious seaside holiday enjoyed by a group of children and their families who receive care from Hospice Casa Sperantei in Brasov, Romania. How can you make a child’s dream come true to see the sea, to float on the waves when your …continue reading »

Tell us your story. A new advocacy project from ICPCN

Calling all children, parents and carers. Do you have a palliative care story to tell? If so, we want to hear from you. In 2011, ICPCN published Touching Rainbows, a book that gave a voice to children with life limiting conditions from around the world by allowing them, and those who cared for them, to tell their …continue reading »