When someone you care about is seriously ill, you want to know they’re getting the best possible care and treatment. We do too. Read more
We want to help people to live with their illness and make the most of the time they have. Read more
Palliative care is not just about care in the last days and hours of life, but about ensuring quality of life for both the person and their family at every stage of a life-limiting illness from diagnosis onwards. Read more
Stars are shining to celebrate the lives of much-loved relatives and friends this Christmas.
Remembrance – Strathcarron Hospice offers bereavement support. Find out more here.
Planning for the Future
Are you MacTuff enough?
We are delighted to announce our partnership with MacTuff – Scotland’s toughest obstacle course race – and want YOU to take part to help raise funds for the Hospice.
Do you like to sing? Are you keen to be involved in fundraising for Strathcarron Hospice? Why not join the Strathcarron Singers, and do both? Men and women, young and young-at-heart, all are welcome! Read more
In these days of social media and technology, how often do you actually print photographs, or sit down to talk to elderly relatives and hear the stories they have to tell? Our Head of Education, Sally Boa, lost her Grandpop, Lt Charles Cooper, when she was just four, but he left a priceless legacy which Sally and the rest of his family will always treasure. Read more
It has been said that “to stand still is to go backwards”. Click here to see what Strathcarron Hospice has committed to do over the next 5 years. Read more
Strathcarron Hospice provides support to children and young people aged 6 to 18 who have experienced the loss of someone significant in their life due to bereavement. This support is provided using the Seasons for Growth programme in age specific groups of up to seven children.
Seasons for Growth is a very special element of the support provided to our patients and their families, and we are very grateful to BBC Children in Need for funding this service. Read more