We have eight rooms at our peaceful home at Arundel, with our staff providing 24-hour on-site nursing, ancillary services and follow-up bereavement services.
We understand how difficult it is to care for a dying family member. There’s so much uncertainty and it’s a very physical and emotionally draining task. Our services can alleviate some of this strain, allowing carers to do what’s needed – spend quality time with their loved ones. If you’re a friend or family member to a resident, you’re welcome to our home at any time of day, and that includes any pets too.
At Hopewell Hospice, our number one goal is to make your stay with us comfortable as possible. We do this through physical, social, emotional and spiritual care. We recognise dying as a part of life yet focus on making whatever remains of life as pleasant as possible.
Should you or your loved one decide to stay at Hopewell Hospice, we’ll respect your right to decide on your treatment and care. We’re also here to support your family and friends and encourage their participation in the care process.
As an inclusive community, we welcome and respect all religious and spiritual beliefs. Any faith or no faith at all, you’re welcome here at Hopewell Hospice.