Following Scottish Government guidelines, due to COVID-19, our music therapy service was suspended in its usual format in March 2020. Patients continued to be supported by phone during this time. In June 2020, all music therapy sessions were transferred to the virtual platform “Zoom” or continued by phone. Individual sessions therefore currently take place in your own home/space with a link to the music therapist here at the hospice. Group sessions are in collaboration with the Day Service programme. Both adults and children (of all ages via our Sunflower Service) can access music therapy online.
The Sunflower Service at Kilbryde Hospice is a support service for children and young people who have experienced grief, loss and bereavement following a life-limiting illness of an adult close to them.
The Chaplains and Spiritual Care Volunteers are here to support patients, carers and families, as well as staff and volunteers.
In these unprecedented times we find ourselves in, many of us are asking deep and meaningful questions, and the Spiritual Care Team are here to support you explore these uncharted waters.
We have a Sanctuary, which everyone is free to use. Some folks like to spend time there to pray but for others it’s an oasis of calm at a difficult time in their life.
For those wishing to receive Holy Communion or a Sacrament of their own faith community, we will be happy to make these arrangements for you.
We are a non-judgemental, supportive listening service for everyone, and are available to all on request.
If you would like more information about spiritual care at Kilbryde please call 01355 202020 or email firstname.lastname@example.org