ST. Luke’s Hospice will be launching a programme of four podcasts in a series called ‘It’s time to talk’ on Wednesday 26th May.
The series will be hosted by Learning Disability Facilitator at the Hospice, Penny Meadows, and will focus on the importance of end of life care planning for people with learning disabilities.
There will be four episodes in total, released by the Hospice on consecutive Wednesdays from 26th May, where Penny and her guests will share helpful information and personal experiences.
Joanne McCollum, Director of Care and Commissioning and Caldicott Guardian;
“We are delighted to be launching the ‘It’s time to talk’ podcast series. We are committed to raising awareness of the importance and need to plan for end of life care. By sharing the podcasts we hope people will turn to the Hospice for support and guidance – whether in the very early stages of considering end of life care planning for their loved ones with learning disabilities, or those who may already need more immediate support”.
Further information is available at www.stlukeshospice.com/podcast