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From Palliative Care Australia Palliative Matters Stories about living, dying and Palliative Care

Bear Cottage

  1. New funding brings first young adult hospice one step closer to reality

    6 April 2017

    A commitment of $2 million recurrent funding from the NSW Government has brought a new hospice for people over the age of 18 one step closer to fruition, according to Bear Cottage nursing unit manager Narelle Martin.

  2. Gramping proves a healing form of glamping for bereaved grandparents

    10 February 2017

    Recognising that grandparents are often forgotten mourners when children die, Bear Cottage children’s hospice has started an annual camp which provides much-needed therapeutic support.

  3. Having baked for royalty and blocked floods, Joe loves his unpaid job

    31 January 2017

    Joe Stanioch has worked as a volunteer at Bear Cottage children’s hospice in Sydney for about 13 years. In that time he has made lamingtons for a royal visit, saved the hospice from flooding and stood in as chief cook.


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