Hey, welcome to our hospice.
I know that you put on the show for your friends and social media, but you don’t need to do that with us. You don’t have to be all right when you are feeling anything but.
We need to see the real you in order to be able to really help you.
We know how strong and tough you are.
Please don’t use up your precious energy telling us what you think we want to hear.
I will be honest with you but I want you to ask for help when you need it.
We will always use as little medication as we can, but we do not want you to put up with discomfort, we don’t want you to struggle.
We are really keen to help you, if you’ll let us.
Can you do that?
What would make this place feel less like a hospital for you?
Please bring in your own stuff to decorate the walls.
You have made brave decisions recently to stop treatment, which I fully support.
I’d be happy to explain things to your partner when they come in.
Listen to your body, don’t push yourself. Rest when you need to, think of it as a recharge. Ask for help when you need to.
Save your energy for nicer things, more important activities, like spending time with your partner.
If there is anything you disagree with, please let us know.
We’d like to give you back some control of your situation, completing the advance care plan will help.
We are on your side and will be guided by what you want, or don’t want.
Thanks for giving us a go.