Inpatient Unit – Your Stories

Changing people’s perceptions is one of the biggest challenges we face in raising awareness of the help we can provide to those living with a life-limiting illness.

Outside of Inpatient Unit

We have found personal stories help the most in overcoming people’s fears. We have created this area as a place to share the stories and experiences of patients, their family members and carers who have spent time with St Clare in the Inpatient Unit.

If you are interested in sharing your experience of our care to help others, please get in touch with our Communications Team.

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John’s story

"I can't tell you how grateful we are for everything St Clare did for Dad and for us, and I'll...


Rose’s story

"I don’t know what I would have done without St Clare. The nurses, doctors, everyone - they were all so...


Charlie’s story

"I’m so grateful that we were able to lean on the support of St Clare. It’s a place where whoever...


Deb’s story

"Deb’s death was inevitable, but it wasn’t traumatic. She felt comforted and safe and she wasn’t scared. She had a...


Neil’s story

"Home wasn’t the place for his final journey; St Clare was. And for that I am eternally grateful. No brave...


Larni’s story

“As soon as we walked in to St Clare, we felt this big weight lift off us. It felt like,...


Allen’s story

“Our plan is to get me out of the Hospice and home, better than when I came in. So I...


Colin’s story

“As soon as nurse Nicky arrived from St Clare, it was like having an angel on your shoulder. She knew...


Ruth & Tracy’s story

“As a gay couple we felt completely accepted at St Clare. What was so nice was I didn’t need to...


Bev’s story

“Unfortunately many people think a hospice is a sad place and people go there to die. Nothing could be further...