A new contactless wrist temperature reader has been installed in the reception area at Alice House!
A contactless wrist temperature reader has been installed in the reception area of the main Hospice building and is available for all staff, visitors, volunteers, contractors, etc. to use when entering.
Coping with the grief and death of a loved one, especially during this period of continued lockdown, is very difficult. We have had to make some temporary changes to our usual Counselling & Support services but hope that the following links may help those who are needing support at this time
New to volunteering for Alice House Jennifer Hansen has used her time during lockdown to help patients and their families in a different way.
Jennifer Hansen was set to join the Alice House Communications Team as a volunteer working on the 40th Anniversary Celebrations just as the country went into lockdown due to the Coronavirus Pandemic and all volunteers were asked to stay at home to ensure their safety and that of our patients and staff.
Following the success of the Smart TV appeal, Hospice staff felt that it would be a great help and comfort to patients and visitors, particularly those in isolation, to have access to Netflix.
The streaming service would help to entertain patients with a wide variety of box sets, movies and documentaries.
Alice House cares for hundreds of people throughout Hartlepool and east Durham, each and every year.
Hospice care creates a safe environment for both the patient and their family, with care and support available from diagnoses and at anytime during their journey.
Chief Executive of Alice House Hospice, Tracy Woodall, has today confirmed that Hospice Trustee, Ruby Marshall has died, and had tested positive for the Coronavirus (Covid-19).