ARC East of England
University of East Anglia
The aim of Compassionate Companions is to support and empower people who are approaching the end of life, to prepare and help them make choices right for them. It provides non-medical support via a matched ‘companion’ to enable them to live life fully until they die. The service was initiated in 2019 by Dr Lindsey Crockett, senior partner at the Peninsula Practice, and now serves a wider footprint across East Suffolk. More details are available on the linked website.
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