Our #HospiceVisits continues as we highlight this amazing and well-established organisation. We had a chat with Liezl Kennedy, the Project Manager at FWC Hospice. Her journey through her career started off in the hospitality industry and, eventually, she left and started her journey at FWC Hospice. When asked why the changed, she responded by saying “There is more to life than just an income”.
This past Saturday, 20 May, saw the start of the Alberton Bowling Club’s Ladies ‘Trips’ tournament, which is set to run over five Saturdays during May and June – culminating in a grand final on 24 June.
Our #HospiceVisits this week finds us at FWC Hospice in Gauteng. Since 1991, they have been making positive and impacting changes through active community outreach and participation in the Hurst Hill community.
As we conclude our #HospiceVisits at MES Impilo Care Centre, today we catch up with one of their carers.
As we continue our #HospiceVisits at MES Impilo Care Centre, today we meet a dynamic young women who at the age of 23 years has her goals all set in place.
This week through #HospiceVisits we highlight MES Impilo Care Centre. MES a non-profit organisation (NPO). They are well established primary health care facility providing HIV, AIDS and TB-related treatment, care and support services.
To mark the International Day of Families today (15 May 2017), Sheila Payne, Emeritus Professor, International Observatory on End of Life Care, Lancaster University, UK, launches the fourth of the Salzburg Global Seminar questions on the EAPC Blog.