When Tony Morris learned that his wife Collette experienced untreatable most cancers, lockdown was about to start out and he feared the mother of their two young children would invest her final days on your own in healthcare facility.
But many thanks to St Clare Hospice, he was able to remain with her at the charity’s inpatient device in Hastingwood, near Harlow, although she received her finish-of-existence care.
Collette was just forty two when she was admitted to the hospice. She experienced been diagnosed in February with an intense most cancers and was told to the finish of March it was untreatable.
“The day right after we were told that Collette necessary palliative care, I realized that we necessary to get her out