Visuals & Plans

Your new hospice will offer:

Larger rooms suitable for exercise based groups, eg adapted Tai Chi, yoga, strength and balance.

Specialist exercise studio with programmes designed by our physiotherapists

A kitchen where our occupational therapists will help patients learn how to improve day-to-day living at home to encourage independence.

Counselling rooms for supporting more patients and loved ones

Rooms for supporting more carers: we offer them time to discuss their concerns as well as practical and financial advice both during a person’s illness and into bereavement. More space will mean we can support more families and carers when they need us.

Open art studio – for patients and loved ones to express feelings through creativity.

Complementary therapy rooms for treatments including reflexology and aromatherapy massage

Music and horticultural therapy spaces where patients and families can benefit from the therapeutic impact on their health and wellbeing.

A spacious social and eating area will be at the heart of the hospice building, offering a comfortable place for patients, families, groups and volunteers to meet, chat and support each other. This will be a light, calm and tranquil environment.

A reconfigured, homely, light reception area where you will be greeted with a warm, understanding welcome

 

 

The new front entrance.

Illustration of the planned social space.
Associated Architects