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NEW Well being Hub at Bolton Hospice

Bolton Hospice is redeveloping its day therapy service to help respond to the growing demand for specialist palliative care in our community. 

The Wellbeing Hub will be a beautiful, calming space at Bolton Hospice and alongside the current day therapy model will offer a flexible, drop-in service with access to new wellbeing and support sessions and specialist services so the hospice can help even more local people with life-limiting illnesses.

The Wellbeing Hub will offer wellbeing and support sessions and specialist services such as symptom management advice sessions, legal advice & benefits clinics, outpatient clinics, bereavement support sessions, wellbeing sessions such as mindfulness and yoga and a new relaxing café area.

For further info please call 01204 663 066 or visit www.boltonhospice.org.uk.


Coronavirus Covid19

If you any concerns about the coronavirus, please have a look at the latest Government information and advice on this link: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/

You can also contact NHS 111 for advice if you are experiencing symptoms for further advice. PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND A&E OR YOUR GP PRACTICE.

 

For all the latest travel information, and advice about the government response to the outbreak - see link below;

Telephone Appointments

Please note we are operating a telephone appointment system for most appointments. All patients visiting the surgery will need to wear a mask for their appointments unless medically exempt. 

If you have any Covid-19 symptoms, please cancel your appointment and re-arrange your appointment after 14 day self-isolation.

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It's Good to Talk

A new campaign by Age UK and the NHS is encouraging older people to seek help for mental health issues through talking therapies.

One in five people over 65 suffer from depression or anxiety, but older people are less likely to get the help they need for their mental health than the rest of the population.

For more information please click on the link below:

https://www.ageuk.org.uk/information-advice/health-wellbeing/mind-body/mental-wellbeing/


 

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