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Cheshire Living Well Dying Well have been working with local charity Purple Onion bringing Crafting Memories to their groups. Purple Onion, which is part of Lady Verdin’s Trust, supports adults and children with all degrees of learning disability, Autistic Spectrum disorders including Asperger’s syndrome, Acquired Brain Injury (ABI), other physical […]

Crafting Memory Sessions at Purple Onion


The End of Life Partnership is delighted to announce the selection of a new Chair, Deputy Chair and the appointment of three new trustees to the Board. The Cheshire based charity saw the retirement of both the Chair Professor Pauline Ong and Deputy Chair Dr Kate Irving earlier in the […]

NEW BOARD FOR LOCAL CHARITY


Our partners and the general public are invited to join the Trustees and staff of the End of Life Partnership for their Annual General Meeting. Salli Jeynes, Chief Executive said: “Our Annual General Meeting is a fantastic opportunity to reflect on our collaborative achievements with partners over the last 12months. […]

INVITATION TO ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING



The End of Life Partnership has recently launched an exciting new project working with local Care Homes. The project aims to support Care Homes in the delivery of good palliative and end of life care for residents, many of whom have dementia. Facilitators from the End of Life Partnership have […]

LAUNCH OF CARE HOME INVESTMENT PROJECT


Ten of our Community Ambassadors got busy crafting a 6’x4’ canvas for display at the famous Whitworth Art Gallery, at an exhibition held on 11th May 2017. The artwork promoted the use of art as a way of raising awareness and encouraging people to think ahead in relation to their […]

VOLUNTEERS GETS ARTY FOR EXHIBITION





TRUSTEES REQUIRED TO JOIN AN INNOVATIVE ORGANISATION – MAKE A DIFFERENCE TO END OF LIFE CARE   (Unpaid – out of pocket expenses reimbursed)     The End of Life Partnership is an organisation which aims to: lead, educate and facilitate excellence and best practice in palliative and end of […]

TRUSTEES REQUIRED




Eastern Cheshire tackles dementia head on National media reported last month that dementia had overtaken heart disease as the biggest cause of death in England and Wales. The news was based on 2015 figures that had the disease accounting for one in eight deaths, or 61,686 in total. In Central […]

Eastern Cheshire tackles dementia head on