Below are links to some resources you may find useful:
Cancer Research funds scientists, doctors and nurses to help beat cancer sooner. We also provide cancer information to the public.
CQC are the independent regulator of health and adult social care in England. They make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate high-quality care and we encourage care services to improve. Download the latest CQC report for Barnsley Hospice here.
Dying Matters is a coalition of 32,000 members across England and Wales which aims to help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement, and make plans for the end of life.
End of Life Care is care which supports those with advanced, incurable illnesses to live as well as possible before they die. It includes support for a person's family and those important to them. End of life care involves a palliative care approach.
Hospice UK supports the development of hospice care in the UK and internationally. By supporting hospice professionals, championing the voice of hospice care and promoting clinical excellence, they help hospice care providers to deliver the highest quality of care to people with life-limiting or terminal conditions.
Macmillan Cancer Support at Macmillan, they know how a cancer diagnosis can affect everything. So they are there to support you and help you take back some control in your life. From help with money worries and advice about work, to someone who'll listen if you just want to talk, we're here.
Marie Curie provides care and support for people living with any terminal illness and their families. They've been carrying out this viral work for over 65 years - in 2015 alone we cared for 40,000 people across the UK.
National Council for Palliative Care is the umbrella charity for all those involved in palliative, end of life and hospice care in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. They believe that everyone approaching the end of life has the right to the highest quality of care and support, wherever they live, and whatever their condition is. They work with government, health and social care staff and people with personal experience to improve end of life care for all.