Our schools and community worker works with children and young people across Ayrshire to promote empathy, resilience and an understanding of bereavement.
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Art lovers are invited to attend our new Art Exhibition and Sale which takes place at Seamill Hydro on Tuesday 24th and Wednesday 25th November 2015.
Including musical performances from Kilmarnock Academy, Darvel Primary School, Farmers and Farmers Wives Choir, Ayrshire Philharmonic Opera Society and the Salvation Army Band.
By purchasing a voucher, you can enter someone special into a fixed number of hospice lottery draws from 25th December 2015, with proceeds supporting the work of the hospice. Gift vouchers are available from £10 upwards.
Take part in the Ayrshire Hospice Christmas Raffle, kindly sponsored by Garrocher Tree Farm.
Our full range of Christmas cards are now available to purchase online.
Browse and buy here
We offer a wide range of services and activities in our welcoming day unit. Members of our community team also visit patients in their own homes providing support, advice and respite.
Our in-patient unit provides excellent, patient-centred care for up to 20 people, offering patients with life-limiting illness a relaxed, homely environment to be with family and friends.
Find out more about our in-patient unit
Our café is open every Wednesday from 10am until 4pm, so if you’re hungry for information or just plain hungry why not drop in?
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Our lottery runs every Friday and costs only £1 per week with 48 prizes to be won! A chance to win... a way to care.
Treat yourself. Our shops have lots of star buys! We’re open 10am - 4pm, Monday to Saturday.
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The Ayrshire Hospice provides outstanding quality care and services to help people with any life limiting illness. We aim to make today matter.
How can a member of my family get hospice care?
What are your visiting times?
What services do you offer?
How do I get to the hospice?
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The hospice multi-disciplinary team (MDT) comprises doctors, nurses, pharmacist, physiotherapists, occupational therapist, chaplain and social workers.
What courses do you run?
How do I refer someone to the hospice?
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The Hospice is a registered charity (SC011390), largely dependent on voluntary donations. Hospice services are free of charge and are available to patients over 16 years of age throughout Ayrshire and Arran.