Springhill Hospice | Making every moment count

01706 649920

What we offer

We offer:

A Self-Management Group Programme (Mondays)

Teaches strategies which can help you to take control of your symptoms. Sessions include fatigue, anxiety, breathlessness, sleep, pain, fall prevention and the importance of staying active, gastro­in­tes­tinal problems and nutrition and planning for the future.
Hair and beauty and complementary therapies appointments are also available. 

More information is available in our leaflet here

Wellbeing Group Programme (Tuesdays and Thursdays)

We have a varied timetable of uplifting and relaxing activities including: quizzes and games, arts and crafts, gardening, spiritual support,
discussion groups, relaxation sessions, armchair exercises and singing and music. Hair and beauty and complementary therapies appointments are also available.

More information is available in our leaflet here

A Peer Support Group for Families and Carers (alternate Wednesdays)

Family and friends are vital in the care of people who are living with a palliative life limiting condition but it is also important to take care of yourself.  
You can join us to chat with others for support.

More information is available in our leaflet here

A Virtual Wellbeing Group Programme (Wednesdays)

Themed live sessions: arts and crafts, arm chair exercises, quizzes and games, prayer and talk, discussions groups,
relaxation and hand massage and gardening projects.

More information is available in our leaflet here


How to take part

If any of our groups are of interest to you; please contact your Health Care Professional to make a referral.

We accept referrals for adults in Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale with a diagnosed palliative life limiting condition. We also accept referrals for the main relative/ carer for our peer support group. 

We encourage people to make their own way to Springhill Hospice but if this isn’t possible, we are able to offer transport to and from Day Therapies thanks to our team of volunteer drivers. However, if you are unable to get in or out of a car without help, we may need to arrange ambulance transport to bring you.

For further information please contact us on 01706 649920.