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Resource library

Resource library

Vision 2024 Five Year Plan 2019/2024

Our five year Vision 2024 plan sets out our aims and objectives for 2019 - 2024. 

Newham Bereavement Service Which? Report

A detailed case study of the St Joseph’s Hospice led Newham Bereavement Service. The report illustrates a new approach to service delivery where budget constraints and cuts in health and social care have required a St Joseph's Hospice led community based solution.

Statement of purpose

St Joseph’s Hospice provides specialist palliative and end of life care and respite care for people with a progressive and life-threatening illness, their families and carers. Our priority is to look after people with complex or multiple needs. 

Volunteering at St Joseph's Hospice

By giving just a little of your time, just 3 hours a week, you really can help us make a big difference.

Supportive Care at St Joseph's Hospice

At St Joseph’s Hospice, we support our patients with more than just the physical symptoms of their illness. We also consider the emotional, psychological, financial, social and practical impact of illness on our patients, their family (including children) and their friends and carers.

Out-Patients Clinic at St Joseph's Hospice

St Joseph’s Hospice Out-Patients Clinic provides a range of nursing and supportive services for people who are still relatively well and in some cases, still working, but who are living with a life-limiting condition.

Newham Bereavement Service Volunteers Leaflet

The Newham Bereavement Service needs volunteers to befriend bereaved people. You don’t need any previous experience, just good communication and listening skills, empathy and flexibility.

Namaste Volunteers Leaflet

The Namaste Care Service needs volunteers to offer social and emotional support to people in East London living with moderate to advanced dementia.

Namaste Care Service

Support for people in East London living with moderate to advanced dementia

Information for Your Stay

You may be anxious about coming to a hospice. While you are with us, we'll do everything we can to make your stay as comfortable as possible. This booklet will give you an idea of how to get here, what to bring with you, and what to expect when you arrive.

We would like to hear from you