UPCOMING EVENT: Fire Walk – Face your fear & raise money for Lewis-Manning Hospice Care

PLAYING OUR PART IN THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

The symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19) may be more severe in people with weakened immune systems, older people and those with long term conditions. We care for people with cancer and other life-limiting illnesses, so it is important that we take all reasonable steps to protect the wellbeing of those using our services, as well as those working and volunteering for Lewis-Manning Hospice Care. 

We are carefully monitoring the changing situation and reviewing the guidelines issued by Public Health England. We are endeavouring to keep our staff and volunteers up to date with the relevant information and would advise everyone to continue to visit the Government website.

Our Senior Management Team are meeting regularly to consider necessary precautionary steps to minimise the risk of infection with Coronavirus (COVID-19) for patients, families, carers, staff and volunteers.

Lymphoedema Clinic

The Lymphoedema Clinic at Lewis-Manning Hospice Care provides treatment and support to people who are dealing with Lymphoedema, which is a condition that causes swelling in the body’s tissues. It can affect any part of the body, but typically occurs in the arms or legs.

Better Breathing Clinic

Breathlessness caused by life-limiting illness can be frightening. The Better Breathing Clinic at Lewis-Manning Hospice Care helps people with respiratory conditions, such as COPD and lung cancer, manage their illness better by supporting them with techniques to combat symptoms associated with breathlessness.

Day Hospice

Our Day Hospice’s purpose is to help people who have been diagnosed with a life-limiting condition, offering practical care and social support for our patients. It has a calm, relaxing and homely atmosphere and is a safe place for people to come and meet others in similar circumstances.

You can Make a difference

Donate

Your gift can make a world of difference. We rely on the kind generosity of people like you to keep our hospice and the extraordinary local care that we provide going.

Volunteering

At Lewis-Manning Hospice Care volunteering is a fun, rewarding experience where you can make new friends, help people and learn new skills. Without your support we simply couldn’t achieve the level of care we provide to as many people across Poole, the Purbecks and East Dorset. Please come and join us.

Regular Giving

Text DORSETCARE to 70470 and a gift of just £5 per month could help us to keep providing exceptional end of life services to the people of Poole, the Purbecks and East Dorset.

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Earlier this year Lewis-Manning Hospice Care launched a scholarship scheme with Bournemouth University where three students would receive £3,000 of funding each for the 2021/2022 academic year.Interest in the scholarship scheme was extremely high, with 25 applications received, 10 shortlisted and three were chosen. The successful students include:🌻 Grace “This scholarship will allow me to graduate with invaluable professional development and experiences gained with the best support and knowledge from Lewis-Manning Hospice Care. Palliative and end of life care is something I feel truly passionate about, and I am incredibly proud and grateful for this opportunity. I look forward to starting this journey.”🌻 Abbie “This opportunity has given me the investment I need for my future, as nursing is not just a job for me, but a vocation. Palliative care is such an important stage of everyone’s life, and I am honoured to be a part of it.”🌻 Tallulah “It’s an honour to have received the Lewis-Manning Scholarship for the following year. I’ve had a special interest in palliative care since the start of my healthcare career and this will give me great learning opportunities that I would have otherwise not had.” ... See MoreSee Less
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