Record numbers of people with life-limiting illnesses across East Lindsey are taking advantage of a further expansion in day therapy.
St Barnabas Hospice has increased the number of sessions it offers at Louth Hospice, ensuring the needs of those living with both cancer and non-cancer conditions are met.
The Hospice now provides day therapy three days every week in Louth, and also stages sessions once a fortnight in Skegness and Mablethorpe.
Around 200 patients have already benefited from various day therapy services, which are free-of-charge and funded wholly through donations to St Barnabas.
St Barnabas has expanded its physiotherapy services in Louth, now operating two days a week, in response to an increase in demand.
Anyone aged 18 and above can refer themselves to any of the services provided, without the need for a doctor’s letter.
For further information on St Barnabas’ care services, call 01522 511566 or visit www.stbarnabashospice.co.uk.