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# Hospice

Last year
Some people who wish to die at home can experience 'traumatic deaths' due to lack of support
Former US president Jimmy Carter receiving home hospice care
All time
Remote hospice service 'vital' as islanders don't want to die on mainland, says fundraiser
'Palliative care is about establishing links and warmth. It became colder because of Covid'
Over €400k raised for children's hospice LauraLynn following Liveline appeal
'Nobody is dying alone here': How one hospice is dealing with end of life care during the Covid-19 crisis
Where possible, one family member should be allowed with someone who is dying - Irish Hospice Foundation
For parents of children who are seriously ill, guilt is a common feeling they grapple with
WATCH: Take a tour of Dublin's newest hospice, which 'feels more like a hotel'
'Dying alone. Like my mother did': Irish people are sharing their fears about serious illness and death
'People who are mentally ill are less likely to be admitted for cancer treatment'
Charlie Gard to be moved to hospice for his final days after ruling by judge
No agreement over where Charlie Gard will spend his final days
'Everyone in Ireland deserves to have a good death'
'I just want people to remember her': A mother's first Christmas without her little girl
'I regret not talking to my mother about her death, don't do the same thing'
"My four-year-old son got up on the stool, held my father's hand, and kissed him"
Denis Goodbody
Brendan Gleeson says hospice care his parents received 're-awakened his faith in humanity'
This little girl asked for a donation to an Irish charity instead of birthday presents
Florence and the Machine sang a surprise duet with a sick fan who couldn't make her gig
Kevin lived for just nine years, but he taught us about life, love, and the world
Mairead Dunford
Irish people donate €90k to cancer patients in Uganda
'What I've learned from 20 years volunteering at a hospice'
'Having terminal cancer is very sad, but it's part of a bigger plan'
How to support a bereaved person at Christmas
Last Rites: the arrival of a priest is a monument to finality in Irish life
'What would you tweet from your deathbed?'
'My family and I have had many conversations about my impending death'
The death café is coming to Dublin
Famous Irish sons pay tribute to their amazing dads
Column: Palliative care considers the mind, body and spiritual needs of the person
Carmel Geoghegan
Susie Long Hospice Fund set to open six palliative care beds in Kilkenny
People with terminal illnesses should 'automatically receive' medical cards
49 cyclists, 700km and one very good cause
A son in a coma - and a family determined to help others with brain injuries
Are you comfortable talking about death and dying?
Children's hospice LauraLynn to begin providing home care
New palliative care unit in Kilkenny announced by Susie Long Hospice Fund
Opinion: Let's talk about death (no, seriously)
Claire Micks
Pics: 55,000 children take part in National Pyjama Day to raise money for charity