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Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : ”While we may be seeing reductions in the number of deaths connected to COVID-19, we know that people’s pain and grief does not diminish as quickly. These truly are exceptional times and the Irish Hospice Foundation wanted to develop a service to provide connection, comfort and support as we know that people can experience grief as isolating. “The COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways people have died and the ways we grieve and offer condolences. With many people facing bereavement in isolation we wanted to establish a service that could comfort and support these people” External link

leinsterleader Wednesday, June 10, 2020 1:44:00 AM EAT

Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : ”While we may be seeing reductions in the number of deaths connected to COVID-19, we know that people’s pain and grief does not diminish as quickly. These truly are exceptional times and the Irish Hospice Foundation wanted to develop a service to provide connection, comfort and support as we know that people can experience grief as isolating. “The COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways people have died and the ways we grieve and offer condolences. With many people facing bereavement in isolation we wanted to establish a service that could comfort and support these people” External link

leinsterexpress Tuesday, June 9, 2020 10:30:00 PM EAT

Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : ”While we may be seeing reductions in the number of deaths connected to COVID-19, we know that people’s pain and grief does not diminish as quickly. These truly are exceptional times and the Irish Hospice Foundation wanted to develop a service to provide connection, comfort and support as we know that people can experience grief as isolating. “The COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways people have died and the ways we grieve and offer condolences. With many people facing bereavement in isolation we wanted to establish a service that could comfort and support these people” External link

longfordleader Tuesday, June 9, 2020 8:05:00 PM EAT

Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : ”While we may be seeing reductions in the number of deaths connected to COVID-19, we know that people’s pain and grief does not diminish as quickly. These truly are exceptional times and the Irish Hospice Foundation wanted to develop a service to provide connection, comfort and support as we know that people can experience grief as isolating. "The COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways people have died and the ways we grieve and offer condolences. With many people facing bereavement in isolation we wanted to establish a service that could comfort and support these people” External link

leitrimobserver Tuesday, June 9, 2020 5:52:00 PM EAT

Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : ”While we may be seeing reductions in the number of deaths connected to COVID-19, we know that people’s pain and grief does not diminish as quickly. These truly are exceptional times and the Irish Hospice Foundation wanted to develop a service to provide connection, comfort and support as we know that people can experience grief as isolating. “The COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways people have died and the ways we grieve and offer condolences. With many people facing bereavement in isolation we wanted to establish a service that could comfort and support these people” External link

offalyexpress Tuesday, June 9, 2020 4:57:00 PM EAT

Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : ”While we may be seeing reductions in the number of deaths connected to COVID-19, we know that people’s pain and grief does not diminish as quickly. “These truly are exceptional times and the Irish Hospice Foundation wanted to develop a service to provide connection, comfort and support as we know that people can experience grief as isolating. “The COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways people have died and the ways we grieve and offer condolences. “With many people facing bereavement in isolation we wanted to establish a service that could comfort and support these people” External link

irishmirror Monday, June 8, 2020 9:21:00 PM EAT

Hospice Foundation recommended : “proactive measures are put in place to ensure that dying patients and residents are not left alone and that staff use a variety of methods to bring comfort, compassion and company to the dying person, as well as, communicating these measures and approaches to the families sensitively” External link

irishtimes Friday, April 17, 2020 10:23:00 PM EAT

Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : "The total amount collected [by the Hospice] in West Kerry during 2019 was a fantastic €29,000," External link

independent-ie-regional Saturday, February 1, 2020 3:38:00 AM EAT



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Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : ”While we may be seeing reductions in the number of deaths connected to COVID-19, we know that people’s pain and grief does not diminish as quickly. These truly are exceptional times and the Irish Hospice Foundation wanted to develop a service to provide connection, comfort and support as we know that people can experience grief as isolating. “The COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways people have died and the ways we grieve and offer condolences. With many people facing bereavement in isolation we wanted to establish a service that could comfort and support these people” External link

leinsterleader Wednesday, June 10, 2020 1:44:00 AM EAT

Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : ”While we may be seeing reductions in the number of deaths connected to COVID-19, we know that people’s pain and grief does not diminish as quickly. These truly are exceptional times and the Irish Hospice Foundation wanted to develop a service to provide connection, comfort and support as we know that people can experience grief as isolating. “The COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways people have died and the ways we grieve and offer condolences. With many people facing bereavement in isolation we wanted to establish a service that could comfort and support these people” External link

leinsterexpress Tuesday, June 9, 2020 10:30:00 PM EAT

Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : ”While we may be seeing reductions in the number of deaths connected to COVID-19, we know that people’s pain and grief does not diminish as quickly. These truly are exceptional times and the Irish Hospice Foundation wanted to develop a service to provide connection, comfort and support as we know that people can experience grief as isolating. “The COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways people have died and the ways we grieve and offer condolences. With many people facing bereavement in isolation we wanted to establish a service that could comfort and support these people” External link

longfordleader Tuesday, June 9, 2020 8:05:00 PM EAT

Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : ”While we may be seeing reductions in the number of deaths connected to COVID-19, we know that people’s pain and grief does not diminish as quickly. These truly are exceptional times and the Irish Hospice Foundation wanted to develop a service to provide connection, comfort and support as we know that people can experience grief as isolating. "The COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways people have died and the ways we grieve and offer condolences. With many people facing bereavement in isolation we wanted to establish a service that could comfort and support these people” External link

leitrimobserver Tuesday, June 9, 2020 5:52:00 PM EAT

Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : ”While we may be seeing reductions in the number of deaths connected to COVID-19, we know that people’s pain and grief does not diminish as quickly. These truly are exceptional times and the Irish Hospice Foundation wanted to develop a service to provide connection, comfort and support as we know that people can experience grief as isolating. “The COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways people have died and the ways we grieve and offer condolences. With many people facing bereavement in isolation we wanted to establish a service that could comfort and support these people” External link

offalyexpress Tuesday, June 9, 2020 4:57:00 PM EAT

Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : ”While we may be seeing reductions in the number of deaths connected to COVID-19, we know that people’s pain and grief does not diminish as quickly. “These truly are exceptional times and the Irish Hospice Foundation wanted to develop a service to provide connection, comfort and support as we know that people can experience grief as isolating. “The COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways people have died and the ways we grieve and offer condolences. “With many people facing bereavement in isolation we wanted to establish a service that could comfort and support these people” External link

irishmirror Monday, June 8, 2020 9:21:00 PM EAT

Michael Walsh said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : “All the money goes to two very good causes – the Galway Hospice Foundation and the Little Blue Heroes Foundation,” External link

connachttribune Wednesday, May 20, 2020 11:49:00 AM EAT

Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : "The total amount collected [by the Hospice] in West Kerry during 2019 was a fantastic €29,000," External link

independent-ie-regional Saturday, February 1, 2020 3:38:00 AM EAT

Deirdre Walsh told ( about Hospice Foundation ) : "We had a great mixture of the serious and the light-hearted and people seemed to really enjoy it, even those who came for the Hospice rather than the poetry said afterwards that they couldn't get over how much they loved it," External link

independent-ie-regional Saturday, December 7, 2019 3:46:00 AM EAT

Peter Tyndall said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : “It is important that hospital staff have the resources and supports necessary to allow patients who die in hospital to do so with dignity and respect. "The provision of additional end-of-life co-ordinators and training is a positive step. It builds on the work already being done by the HSE and the Irish Hospice Foundation’s Hospice Friendly Hospitals programme” External link

dundalkdemocrat Wednesday, March 6, 2019 8:14:00 PM EAT

Peter Tyndall said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : “It is important that hospital staff have the resources and supports necessary to allow patients who die in hospital to do so with dignity and respect. The provision of additional end-of-life co-ordinators and training is a positive step. It builds on the work already being done by the HSE and the Irish Hospice Foundation’s Hospice Friendly Hospitals programme” External link

offalyexpress Wednesday, March 6, 2019 4:19:00 PM EAT

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Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : ”While we may be seeing reductions in the number of deaths connected to COVID-19, we know that people’s pain and grief does not diminish as quickly. These truly are exceptional times and the Irish Hospice Foundation wanted to develop a service to provide connection, comfort and support as we know that people can experience grief as isolating. “The COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways people have died and the ways we grieve and offer condolences. With many people facing bereavement in isolation we wanted to establish a service that could comfort and support these people” External link

leinsterleader Wednesday, June 10, 2020 1:44:00 AM EAT

Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : ”While we may be seeing reductions in the number of deaths connected to COVID-19, we know that people’s pain and grief does not diminish as quickly. These truly are exceptional times and the Irish Hospice Foundation wanted to develop a service to provide connection, comfort and support as we know that people can experience grief as isolating. “The COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways people have died and the ways we grieve and offer condolences. With many people facing bereavement in isolation we wanted to establish a service that could comfort and support these people” External link

leinsterexpress Tuesday, June 9, 2020 10:30:00 PM EAT

Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : ”While we may be seeing reductions in the number of deaths connected to COVID-19, we know that people’s pain and grief does not diminish as quickly. These truly are exceptional times and the Irish Hospice Foundation wanted to develop a service to provide connection, comfort and support as we know that people can experience grief as isolating. “The COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways people have died and the ways we grieve and offer condolences. With many people facing bereavement in isolation we wanted to establish a service that could comfort and support these people” External link

longfordleader Tuesday, June 9, 2020 8:05:00 PM EAT

Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : ”While we may be seeing reductions in the number of deaths connected to COVID-19, we know that people’s pain and grief does not diminish as quickly. These truly are exceptional times and the Irish Hospice Foundation wanted to develop a service to provide connection, comfort and support as we know that people can experience grief as isolating. "The COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways people have died and the ways we grieve and offer condolences. With many people facing bereavement in isolation we wanted to establish a service that could comfort and support these people” External link

leitrimobserver Tuesday, June 9, 2020 5:52:00 PM EAT

Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : ”While we may be seeing reductions in the number of deaths connected to COVID-19, we know that people’s pain and grief does not diminish as quickly. These truly are exceptional times and the Irish Hospice Foundation wanted to develop a service to provide connection, comfort and support as we know that people can experience grief as isolating. “The COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways people have died and the ways we grieve and offer condolences. With many people facing bereavement in isolation we wanted to establish a service that could comfort and support these people” External link

offalyexpress Tuesday, June 9, 2020 4:57:00 PM EAT

Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : ”While we may be seeing reductions in the number of deaths connected to COVID-19, we know that people’s pain and grief does not diminish as quickly. “These truly are exceptional times and the Irish Hospice Foundation wanted to develop a service to provide connection, comfort and support as we know that people can experience grief as isolating. “The COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways people have died and the ways we grieve and offer condolences. “With many people facing bereavement in isolation we wanted to establish a service that could comfort and support these people” External link

irishmirror Monday, June 8, 2020 9:21:00 PM EAT

Hospice Foundation recommended : “proactive measures are put in place to ensure that dying patients and residents are not left alone and that staff use a variety of methods to bring comfort, compassion and company to the dying person, as well as, communicating these measures and approaches to the families sensitively” External link

irishtimes Friday, April 17, 2020 10:23:00 PM EAT

Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : "The total amount collected [by the Hospice] in West Kerry during 2019 was a fantastic €29,000," External link

independent-ie-regional Saturday, February 1, 2020 3:38:00 AM EAT



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Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : ”While we may be seeing reductions in the number of deaths connected to COVID-19, we know that people’s pain and grief does not diminish as quickly. These truly are exceptional times and the Irish Hospice Foundation wanted to develop a service to provide connection, comfort and support as we know that people can experience grief as isolating. “The COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways people have died and the ways we grieve and offer condolences. With many people facing bereavement in isolation we wanted to establish a service that could comfort and support these people” External link

leinsterleader Wednesday, June 10, 2020 1:44:00 AM EAT

Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : ”While we may be seeing reductions in the number of deaths connected to COVID-19, we know that people’s pain and grief does not diminish as quickly. These truly are exceptional times and the Irish Hospice Foundation wanted to develop a service to provide connection, comfort and support as we know that people can experience grief as isolating. “The COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways people have died and the ways we grieve and offer condolences. With many people facing bereavement in isolation we wanted to establish a service that could comfort and support these people” External link

leinsterexpress Tuesday, June 9, 2020 10:30:00 PM EAT

Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : ”While we may be seeing reductions in the number of deaths connected to COVID-19, we know that people’s pain and grief does not diminish as quickly. These truly are exceptional times and the Irish Hospice Foundation wanted to develop a service to provide connection, comfort and support as we know that people can experience grief as isolating. “The COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways people have died and the ways we grieve and offer condolences. With many people facing bereavement in isolation we wanted to establish a service that could comfort and support these people” External link

longfordleader Tuesday, June 9, 2020 8:05:00 PM EAT

Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : ”While we may be seeing reductions in the number of deaths connected to COVID-19, we know that people’s pain and grief does not diminish as quickly. These truly are exceptional times and the Irish Hospice Foundation wanted to develop a service to provide connection, comfort and support as we know that people can experience grief as isolating. "The COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways people have died and the ways we grieve and offer condolences. With many people facing bereavement in isolation we wanted to establish a service that could comfort and support these people” External link

leitrimobserver Tuesday, June 9, 2020 5:52:00 PM EAT

Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : ”While we may be seeing reductions in the number of deaths connected to COVID-19, we know that people’s pain and grief does not diminish as quickly. These truly are exceptional times and the Irish Hospice Foundation wanted to develop a service to provide connection, comfort and support as we know that people can experience grief as isolating. “The COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways people have died and the ways we grieve and offer condolences. With many people facing bereavement in isolation we wanted to establish a service that could comfort and support these people” External link

offalyexpress Tuesday, June 9, 2020 4:57:00 PM EAT

Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : ”While we may be seeing reductions in the number of deaths connected to COVID-19, we know that people’s pain and grief does not diminish as quickly. “These truly are exceptional times and the Irish Hospice Foundation wanted to develop a service to provide connection, comfort and support as we know that people can experience grief as isolating. “The COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways people have died and the ways we grieve and offer condolences. “With many people facing bereavement in isolation we wanted to establish a service that could comfort and support these people” External link

irishmirror Monday, June 8, 2020 9:21:00 PM EAT

Michael Walsh said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : “All the money goes to two very good causes – the Galway Hospice Foundation and the Little Blue Heroes Foundation,” External link

connachttribune Wednesday, May 20, 2020 11:49:00 AM EAT

Hospice Foundation said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : "The total amount collected [by the Hospice] in West Kerry during 2019 was a fantastic €29,000," External link

independent-ie-regional Saturday, February 1, 2020 3:38:00 AM EAT

Deirdre Walsh told ( about Hospice Foundation ) : "We had a great mixture of the serious and the light-hearted and people seemed to really enjoy it, even those who came for the Hospice rather than the poetry said afterwards that they couldn't get over how much they loved it," External link

independent-ie-regional Saturday, December 7, 2019 3:46:00 AM EAT

Peter Tyndall said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : “It is important that hospital staff have the resources and supports necessary to allow patients who die in hospital to do so with dignity and respect. "The provision of additional end-of-life co-ordinators and training is a positive step. It builds on the work already being done by the HSE and the Irish Hospice Foundation’s Hospice Friendly Hospitals programme” External link

dundalkdemocrat Wednesday, March 6, 2019 8:14:00 PM EAT

Peter Tyndall said ( about Hospice Foundation ) : “It is important that hospital staff have the resources and supports necessary to allow patients who die in hospital to do so with dignity and respect. The provision of additional end-of-life co-ordinators and training is a positive step. It builds on the work already being done by the HSE and the Irish Hospice Foundation’s Hospice Friendly Hospitals programme” External link

offalyexpress Wednesday, March 6, 2019 4:19:00 PM EAT