ICPCN is looking for new personal narratives and images to use in the work we do to support and develop children’s palliative care internationally. These true stories and related photographs can be from family members, from children themselves and from those who provide care.
The strategic nature of our work means that our direct connection to individual children and families is often limited. That’s why we are reaching out to our members to assist us in telling the inspiring, the honest and the difficult stories of the children and families in your corner of the globe who are receiving and benefitting from palliative care services, whether this is in a clinic, in a children’s hospice or in the child’s own home.
We would particularly appreciate hearing about the positive impact of palliative care, but we are also very open to stories that tell of the difficulties you may have in accessing what you need to provide adequate care. We would consider it a privilege to provide an international platform to share the highs and lows of this work. With the necessary permission forms signed, the stories and images may be used online via our social media sites, our websites and on the international children’s edition of ehospice and may also be used in our printed materials.
We look forward to hearing from you!