Who can refer into our services?
If you would like to access our Inpatient Unit, Hospice at Home, Harlington Care or Lymphoedema service, please talk to your healthcare professional who will be able to refer you. By healthcare professional we mean:
- Your GP
- Your District Nurse
- The Community or Hospital Palliative Care Team
- The Your Life Line Team
Inpatient Unit (Michael Sobell House)
If you have previously been cared for on our Impatient Unit, please phone us on 020 8106 9201 or email email@example.com. Otherwise, please speak to your healthcare professional who can refer you.
Hospice at Home
Referrals must be made by a healthcare professional.
If you are already an inpatient elsewhere, your Hospital Palliative Care Team should contact us regarding a referral.
Psychological & Emotional Support
Child & Adolescent Bereavement Service (CABS)
We accept referrals from schools, healthcare professionals, parents and carers. Young people aged 16 and over can refer themselves to this service. We respond to all referrals within two working days and will arrange to speak with you for a telephone assessment within two weeks from the date of accepting your referral.
Referrals are added to our CABS waiting list and we aim to schedule individual, family or groups sessions within three months from the assessment date. We can also provide advice to families, schools and professionals to support a child during this time.
Download the CABS Referral Form to support families with serious or terminal illness.
Download the CABS Child Bereavement Referral Form.
Please email completed forms to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact our Wellbeing Team but emailing email@example.com or call 020 8106 9201.