Myton provides specialist care and support for terminally ill patients and their families in Coventry & Warwickshire. They provide high-quality care through their 3 hospices and in the community to those whose condition no longer responds to curative treatment, from diagnosis to death. They meet their patient’s physical, psychological, spiritual, and social needs and ensure their families are supported both through and after this difficult time. They aim to provide adults in Coventry & Warwickshire, who are living with a terminal illness, the best end-of-life care possible.
Myton Hospice has 3 hospices located across Coventry & Warwickshire:
- Rugby Myton Hospice, located in the grounds of St.Cross Hospital
- Coventry Myton Hospice, located in the grounds of Walsgrave/Coventry University Hospital
- Warwick Myton Hospice, located in the grounds of Warwick Hospital
Myton’s work centres on enhancing life, empowering patients to achieve their goals and involving them in decisions about their current and future care. By focussing on their wellbeing and seeing them and not the illness they aim to help them reengage with their lives and give them more quality time with their families and loved ones. Myton understands how precious every moment is when you or someone you care for has an illness that can’t be cured, and that is why they work so hard to ensure those final years, months, weeks or even hours are as good as they can be. Below is a list of the services provided by Myton. For more information, click here to visit their website.
- Wellbeing Services
- Living Well Programme
- Fatigue and Breathlessness Management Programme
- Therapeutic Days
- Drop-in Sessions
- Inpatient Unit
- Myton at Home
- Occupational Therapy
- Complementary Therapy
- Lymphoedema services
- Spiritual care
- Respite admission services
- Clinical Psychology
Myton provides dedicated care and support for terminally ill patients and their families in their hospices and in the community. They need to raise over £9 million every year to continue to do this. That’s £750,000 every month!
To reach their fundraising target they rely on their 27 charity shops, annual fundraising events, third party events, donations, supporter organised events, supermarket donation collections & their own lottery. All of these sources of income have either been completely canceled, postponed or experienced a huge reduction in volume; leaving them genuinely concerned about the impact the Coronavirus outbreak is already having on their ability to raise vital funds.
Here’s Ruth Freeman, Myton’s CEO explaining what they’re currently experiencing…
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