Peace Hospice Care's Counselling and Bereavement Service has been awarded the SME News Greater London Enterprise Award for Excellence in Supportive Care Services 2017.
The award recognises ingenuity, hard work and outstanding performance.
Last financial year, Peace Hospice Care's Counselling and Bereavement Service delivered 1,716 one-to-one sessions to individuals from across South West Hertfordshire. The service supports patients, their families and carers – from diagnosis of the illness and through bereavement too. Support includes one-to-one counselling for anxiety, depression and loss, an in-house bereavement group and a club for those who have lost a partner.
Laureen Hemming, Wellbeing Team Lead at Peace Hospice Care, said: "Being diagnosed with a life-limiting illness and experiencing loss can be an extremely challenging and stressful time for individuals. Our service helps patients speak about their emotions and deal with these feelings by providing emotional, psychological and spiritual support. We are delighted to receive the SME News Award for Excellence in Supportive Care Services 2017 and grateful to SME News for recognising the positive impact we have on the local community."
Commenting on the awards, Heather Ryan, the Awards Co-ordinator said: "I am thrilled that Peace Hospice Care has won this award. It is well deserved and reflects a commitment to delivering services that have a significant and lasting impact for the local community."
For more information about Peace Hospice Care's Counselling and Bereavement Services email: email@example.com
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