EVENTS

Three peaks were successfully ascended by our brave mountaineers in both good and awful conditions. See more here.

NEWS

Deb and Pam visited BCH again to advise on the physio project. Watch how a special chair transformed a little boy's life here.

FUNDRAISERS

The winning number in September's 100 Club draw is 37 and the prize is £40.  Find out more and about how you could join here.

Hospice At Home

hospiceathomeTerminally and chronically ill children, frequently with complex needs, are looked after in their own homes by BCH’s professional teams. Each child is assessed by a hospice doctor. His or her care plan is then discussed with the family before a care team of doctor, nurse, psychologist and family support worker is allocated to work with them.

The family receives as many visits as necessary and there is a 24 hour help-line to provide expert advice and reassurance. This is the principal way in which hospice care is provided for the children.