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When we were introduced to Malcolm and his wife Lyn, we couldn’t help but ask how long they’d been married, a whopping 48 years! After having a number of strokes, Malcolm struggles to communicate, so his wife helped him to tell his story. Read his story here.

Paul and his wife Barbara, who is also Paul’s carer, attend Airedale Outreach on a weekly basis. Paul has also spent some time on our Incare ward and receives complimentary therapies at the Hospice. We caught up with Paul and Barbara at our recent Outreach beach themed day and found out all about the care he has received and how it has helped him. Read his story here.
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Alan comes to the Hospice on a regular basis for treatment for his lymphoedema. Alan tells us about the treatment 
he's received and how it has helped his condition. Read his story here.  ​

We caught up with Gerry who attends our weekly Outreach group every Friday in Badsworth. Gerry and his wife Sandra were married for over 50 years; Sandra was cared for by the Hospice and sadly passed away on  1stAugust 2017.  We were privileged that Gerry offered to share his diary with us taking us on the journey of his wife’s care from the beginning to end.   Read his story here.

Grace has recently had two stays on incare, both lasting around two weeks. Now ready to return home, she tells us about the care she has recieved at the Hospice. Read her story here.
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Pauline recently stayed on Incare, and we made her feel like a lottery winner!  Find out how we did it, with something most of us take for granted.  Read her story here.
After an operation to remove lymph nodes on both sides of his groin following a cancer diagnosis, Ron’s legs began to swell. 'This is Lymphoedema..' explains Ron. Read how the Hospice's Lymphoedema Clinic has helped Ron regain his mobility. 

Incare patient, 72 year old, Whynne, received a very special visit during her stay at The Prince of Wales Hospice. Read her story here.

 

 

Struggling to manage her condition at home, with only inhalers to help with her breathing, Jan was admitted to Incare to get some much need symptom support. Read her story here.
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