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East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) - care & support for children and young people with life-threatening conditions and their families across East Anglia.
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EACH 9h
During we thought we would just remind you of some key facts about EACH!
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EACH 14h
We look forward to seeing you there team. We look forward to seeing your colourful twist!
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EACH 14h
Replying to @dance_east
The H-Word, by Charlotte. See Charlotte’s full exhibition here: The idea for came about after a UK-wide survey, conducted in 2017, found over a quarter of respondents did not understand what children’s hospices were for.
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Rachel Wright 15h
The H-Word exhibition is at until 27 June. Challenging perceptions of the word 'hospice' - it might be very different to what you think. More info & films with the participants on website:
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EACH 18h
Replying to @dance_east
"Devastated and with nowhere to turn we were advised that we could access EACH services when our baby was born." Hear and see more at 12pm today or visit in Ipswich.
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EACH 18h
Replying to @EACH_hospices
"Excitedly expecting our second child we had been given the devastating news at our 20 week scan that our baby had a condition called Trisomy 18 and was 'incompatible with life'.
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EACH 18h
The H-Word, by Charlotte. "We were on a journey we never expected to be on." See and hear more about Charlotte's journey and perceptions at 12pm today, or visit the exhibition at in Ipswich
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Jasmin Taylor Jun 18
An amazing exhibition by at called ‘The H Word’ 🎨 Check it out if you can!
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EACH Jun 18
Replying to @EACH_hospices
Hear Claudia’s experience with EACH and see more here:
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Together4ShortLives Jun 18
Check out this message from our lovely Patron ! She’s joining us this to raise awareness of children’s hospices and the amazing families they support. Thanks Holly! ✨
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EACH Jun 18
The H-Word, by Claudia. See and hear more about Claudia's journey and perceptions at 12pm today, or visit the exhibition at DanceEast in Ipswich.
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Kevin Burch Jun 18
Last night’s ⁦⁩ report from the ⁦ exhibition ⁦, which opens today. 15.12 mins in.⁩ BBC iPlayer - Look East - Evening News: 17/06/2019
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ITV News Anglia Jun 17
The Duchess of Cambridge says are a "heart-warming example to us all". It comes as an exhibition of parents' photos in tries to challenge misconceptions about children's hospices. Watch a full report here:
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EACH Jun 17
At EACH we hear time and time again that the word ‘hospice’ is a barrier for families eligible for our services. The H-Word aims to challenge these misconceptions. More coming soon...
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EACH Jun 17
Replying to @dance_east
Find out more about The H-Word here or visit the exhibition at Ipswich
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EACH Jun 17
Replying to @EACH_hospices
We want to increase the public's understanding and awareness of what a children’s hospice service is like. That's why we're proud to present The H-Word, an innovative photography project that shines a light on the reality of children’s hospice care.
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EACH Jun 17
In her letter, The Duchess says “They (children's hospices) help families and carers build life long memories that are poignant, happy and often filled with laughter.”
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EACH Jun 17
Replying to @carson09072007
Thank you sharing this with us Bernadette!
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EACH Jun 17
Replying to @EACH_hospices
The Duchess continues: "The theme this year is ‘Moments that Matter’. It aims to make the most of the very precious time that those using hospice services have. Throughout the week we will hear amazing stories from families facing the toughest of futures."
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EACH Jun 17
“Children’s hospices provide vital sanctuaries for those experiencing the very toughest of times” begins a new letter of support from our Royal Patron HRH The Duchess of Cambridge this
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