Alice House Hospice provides a Day Hospice for people living with life limiting illnesses living in the local community. However some people have needs which are more social in nature and therefore attending Day Care can help
These needs can be things like: feeling lonely and bored; perhaps wanting to build up friendships and support groups; improving social skills or wanting to give carers, family or loved ones some "time off.
Summer is well and truly here (most days) and with the sunshine and longer days many of you will be jetting off on holiday ready to spend time on the beach in the sun and reading a good book in peace and quiet.
and has raised nearly £42,000 for Alice House Hospice
Lee completed his 827-mile charity run from Lands’ End to John O’Groats and received a hero’s welcome in Hartlepool on Saturday 3rd June 2017.
1-7th June 2017 was National Volunteers week and celebrated volunteers working in organisations across the UK.
Alice House Hospice has 250 volunteers who work across all areas of the organisation. It can be surprising to think how you can help by volunteering, and some people don’t think that their skills are transferrable.
We are widening our online reach with increasing numbers of Facebook and Twitter users signing up to like and follow our news
Alice House Hospice's Facebook page recently broke the milestone of 5,000 likes and Greg Hildreth, who manages the page, is hoping to hit 6,000 in the coming months.