Long term healthcare is not always sufficiently provided for by the National Lottery. The Sue Ryder lottery manages to successfully bridge that gap.
The name Sue Ryder will be familiar to anyone with relatives suffering from long term neurological problems. Typically this includes life changing conditions such as Huntington’s disease, Motor Neurone disease, Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson’s.
First Class Long Term Healthcare
The Sue Ryder foundation runs a number of Hospices and Neurological centres throughout the UK. They are renowned for delivering first class long term healthcare. In addition these centres also provide support for family members. This may include practical and emotional advice, family bereavement support or spiritual care.
Neurological diseases can be extremely challenging for close family and friends to deal with. First class support is required to enable family members and friends to cope with a very frightening situation.
Hospice and Neurological Care
Sue Ryder provides leading hospice and neurological care. They operate seven hospices and five neurological centres throughout the UK. Dedicated teams of experts operate in the community, delivering the same outstanding levels of care found in Sue Ryder centres.
The range of services that Sue Ryder offers the community are amazing.
- Volunteer friends offering support and home visits.
- Homecare conducted by registered service managers.
- Rehabilitation services provided by trained physiotherapists, occupational therapists and speech and language therapists.
- Self management programmes to help people to cope with life changing conditions.
These are just are just some of the ways that Sue Ryder can be of assistance. Each and every one of these services have a significant impact on people’s daily lives.
The Sue Ryder organisation involves itself heavily in medical research. They have partnered with the Universities of Leeds, Bradford and Hull in several research projects. You can read more about these initiatives at http://www.sueryder.org/how-we-help/our-research/research-projects.
The Sue Ryder Foundation undertakes an incredible range of care for it’s patients. Too extensive for me to articulate in a single blog post. Please view the video and visit http://www.sueryder.org/ to discover for yourself the awesome work that this organisation does.[vc_cta h2=”The Sue Ryder Lottery” txt_align=”center” add_button=”bottom” btn_title=”PLAY NOW” btn_color=”danger” btn_size=”lg” btn_align=”center” btn_link=”url:https%3A%2F%2Fpayments.sterlinglotteries.co.uk%2Fpayment%2Fdirect_debit%2Fstart%2F%3F_ga%3D2.91493532.749743824.1504826882-1655025642.1504473878|title:Play%20Now|target:%20_blank|”]Every £1 helps support Sue Ryder’s work at your local care centre. Profits from the lottery go towards continuing to provide care at Sue Ryder’s twelve care centres across the UK.[/vc_cta]
Your support can help make a real difference. Find out how: http://sueryder.charitylotteries.co.uk/ Further information about the Sue Ryder Charity and the Sue Ryder Lottery can also be found in our discussion forums at http://uklottoclub.co.uk/forums/forum/lotteries/sue-ryder-lottery/
Music from the video: It’s OK’ by Tom Rosenthal. Purchase it for just £0.69 from Amazon….