St Michael’s Hospice Wheelie Big Cycle 2015
Living with a life-limiting illness can affect a person in many different ways; from physical changes to their body, changes to their relationships and lifestyle, differences in their self-esteem and confidence and possible loss of independence.
The multi-disciplinary team at St Michael’s Hospice work together to help patients and their families adjust to the inevitable changes that life-limiting illnesses bring; our doctors and nurses help to relieve symptoms and control pain; physiotherapists and occupational therapists work with patients and carers to find techniques to remain living independently; other professionals are able to assist with worries about money or housing, offer spiritual guidance and support with emotional upheaval.
Our services include:
- 16 bed In-Patient Unit
- Day Hospice
- Physiotherapy and occupational therapy
- Support groups and workshops for patients and carers
- Complementary therapies
- Saturday Club for children affected by the illness of a loved one
- Bereavement support
- Family support
- 24-hour advise line
The Wheelie Big Cycle is a sponsored cycle event through Hereford, to help raise funds to ensure that these important services can continue. The founder of Wheely Good Fitness will be taking part in the 16 mile route of this event for the second year running and as Kris is a wheelchair user, he will by cycling using a hand pedalled trike. If you would like to support Kris in this event,you can sponsor him or donate to the event using the designated Paypal button below. Thank you for your kind support.