Rennie Grove’s Spring Appeal 2023
Dave had a choice about his care. His daughter, Emma, talks about her dad and how Rennie Grove helped him
For Dave, staying out of hospital was paramount. As was maintaining a sense of some control over his condition, right until the end.
His family says our nurses gave him just that. Expert care that put him at the centre of decision-making. And a choice about where he received that care. In his own home for as long as possible – then in our specialist Inpatient Unit. Read more about Dave’s story and how Rennie Grove helped give him choice
When you donate to Rennie Grove’s Spring Appeal, you can make sure other patients have choices too.
More of us are living longer with more complicated care needs.
As life expectancy increases, so too does the complexity of our care needs. Many people – like Dave – are dealing day-to-day with the side effects of ongoing treatment – or living with more than one long-term condition.
With your continued support – we can increase the reach and scope of our services. Right from diagnosis, with our day services. We continue support through treatment, to end-of-life care at home or in our Inpatient Unit.
Your gift today could help us give more patients more choice about their care.
The difference your donation could make
£20 could pay for an hour of care from one of our healthcare assistants
£30 could pay for an hour of specialist nursing care, giving more people like Dave what they need to keep living the life they choose.
£60 could fund three end-of-life care boxes, so our Hospice at Home Nurses can respond quickly and keep patients comfortable at home.
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