Specialist Teams

Learn MoreDay Hospice Services


Patients who are being looked after at home and who are well enough to out for at least part of the day can attend Day Hospice in Belfast or Ballymoney. It is beneficial for both patients and families, offering care and companionship and a break for families caring at home.

Patients in Day Hospice have the opportunity to consult with and avail of the expertise of the full range of clinical staff in hospice, as well as enjoying the range of therapeutic activities organized by the Day Hospice team.

Day Hospice ServicesWhat does this service involve?


Day Hospice ServicesWhat does this service involve?



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Creative Therapies

Patients can avail of arts and crafts, creative writing, interactive music therapy, reminiscence therapy and discussion groups
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Social Outings

We organise and plan outings to the cinema and other places of local interest as well as educational activities
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Appointments

We help patients get access to other activities including hairdressing appointments, beauty care and chiropody sessions

In DepthFind out more detail.

In DepthFind out more detail.

In DepthFind out more detail.

In DepthFind out more detail.

Northern Ireland Hospice provides a range of services for patients with cancer and other life threatening conditions. We also support their families and carers. Care is provided in the hospice and in the community. It is available 24 hours a day, every day of the year.
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Learn MoreMacmillan Cancer Support


Macmillan Cancer Support in Northern Ireland offers practical, medical, emotional and financial help to people affected by cancer. We provide specially trained medical professionals to the NHS and have recently opened an information and support centre in Belfast.

When you're affected by cancer you want to know there's always someone you can turn to for help. Someone who can answer your questions, whatever they may be.

Macmillan Cancer SupportWhat does this service involve?



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Chatting

Just talking to someone who understands can be the best way to get through a bad day. You can also share your experiences in our online community.
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Information

Talk to our cancer support specialists, or pop into a the information and support centre. Visit our cancer information section and order cancer publications for free.
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Practical Help

Talk to one of our experienced benefits advisers, find one in your local area or learn more with our guide to the benefits system.

Learn MoreHospital Chapel

The Chapel provides an area for quiet reflection and features the beautiful "Window of Life" (donated by the Doctors of the Mountsandle Road Practice, Coleraine Sept.1999)

The Hospital Chapel Window of life

Learn MoreCruse Bereavement Care


Whilst the Causeway Branch of Cruse Bereavement Care, is no longer based on site, they still have a close affiliation with the hospital. Cruse exists to offer free counselling and advice by trained volunteers to those who have been bereaved. Cruse helps the bereaved to understand their grief, cope with their loss and emerge with a sense of purpose for the future.

Services include one -to-one bereavement support and the Children and Young People's services. Causeway Cruse offers bereavement support to children aged between 4 -18 and to any adults.

Office Hours: Mon - Fri 09.00 - 14.00

National Helpline : 0844 477 9400. Website: www.cruse.org.uk

Youth Helpline: 0808 808 1677. Website: www.rd4u.org.uk

For further information on the Causeway Branch of Cruse call 028 2766 6686 or email causewaycruse@yahoo.co.uk