The East Suffolk & North Essex NHS Foundation Trust

All patients being cared for using “The Individual Care Plan for the Dying Person” can be referred to the Butterfly Volunteer team via Specialist Palliative Care.

Butterfly Volunteer Coordinators Recruited and starting in June 2019, Volunteer Recruitment will be taking place from August/September 2019.

ART Ambassador: Beverley Pickett, End of Life Care Facilitator 

Autumn 2019 Patient Experience Library Newsletter

The Anne Robson Trust are proud to feature in the latest edition of the Patient Experience Library newsletter. Human experience matters most “You can argue with figures and statistics, but…

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A Letter to my Grandchildren

We are constantly humbled by the amazing work of the Butterfly Volunteers. A member of one of the teams recently told us about a letter he helped a patient to…

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Memory Giving – Making it easy to donate in memory

It has become common to donate to charity in memory of a loved one at the time of the funeral. Memory Giving aim to make the process appropriate, safe and…

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2 in 5 Hospital Patients Never Get a Visitor

2 in 5 hospital patients never get a visitor, but it’s ok as help is at hand…   Listen in to John Gilligan, Butterfly Coordinator at the James Paget University…

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Local Hospital & Charity Partnership Leads The Way for End of Life Care

Contact: Liz Pryor, liz@annerobsontrust.org.uk or 07971 817552 Contact: Nicki Harris, nicolette.harris1@nhs.net or 01279 827467   In partnership with The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust (PAHT), The Anne Robson Trust this…

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