Can we help?
Ring our advice line.
We can answer enquiries, take referrals and signpost you to specialist teams and other organisations who could help.
Call 01785 270832 between 9 am and 5 pm every day of the week.
Struggling with a new palliative diagnosis? Don’t know where to go to get support?
Join us for a chat or meet with others and our friendly team. You can also refer yourself for our care and book clinical, support and therapy appointments with us.
Every Tuesday from 2 pm – 4 pm.
Location: Therapy and Wellbeing Centre, Weston Road, Stafford, ST16 3SB.
How we can help
We have a range of clinics to help you manage your condition including complementary therapy, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, lymphoedema care, counselling, spiritual care, family support and more.
Our team of expert professionals supports palliative patients to live well and more independently.
We can help from day one. You can have our support from the point of diagnosis and we can give you great advice, even if you don’t wish to receive treatment.
Our expert team delivers quality, compassionate care and emotional support. It is made up of doctors, palliative nurse specialists, nurses, healthcare assistants, complementary therapists, physio and occupational therapists, counsellors and family support workers.
When you are referred to us you will receive:
- an assessment
- tailored support from our highly skills team of healthcare professionals.
This could include:
- symptom management, including attending a six-week course on wellbeing and our FAB course which covers fatigue, anxiety and breathlessness
- receiving complementary therapy – massage, aromatherapy and other treatments to help you relax and sleep better
- receiving occupational therapy which helps identify strengths and difficulties in life and provides activities and solutions to help alleviate some challenges
- receiving physical therapy to help with movement
- specialist advice and management for the effect of lymphoedema
- help with advance care planning – the opportunity for you to shape your care in the future, ensuring your wishes and needs are considered
- psychological and spiritual support including counselling for you and your loved ones
- space to get social or find some solace, with access to refreshments and our stunning, therapeutic gardens.
We assess patient’s social needs and support anyone who may be isolated.
We can support patient’s virtually by:
- telephone support calls
- Zoom social sessions
- Zoom relaxation sessions.
And, in certain instances, we can also provide home visits.
We want to be there for every family when they need us.
We are working more with hidden communities such as the LGBTQ+, BME, veterans and those who may be homeless.
How can I get help?
Speak to your doctor or another healthcare professional to be referred to our services and get our help.