When illness strikes, its impact extends far beyond the individual affected. It can turn the lives of family, friends, and caregivers upside down, creating waves of challenges and uncertainties. At Franklin Hospice, we're here to support you.
We understand the ripple effect of illness. Whether you're the patient, a family member, a friend, or a caregiver, we're here to lend a helping hand and offer the support you need.
Together, we'll navigate the ups and downs, providing assistance and support every step of the way. We know that it's not just about physical care; it's about addressing emotional and practical needs too.
We understand that caring for someone with a life-limiting illness brings both rewards and challenges. Introducing Kowhai, our four-week program with your needs in mind. Over two hours per week, we will provide you with valuable information, guidance, and support as you continue to care for your loved one .We'll dive deep into the "BIG little things" that often go unspoken but are so crucial for your well-being and understanding.
You will gain insights, tools, and resources to help you navigate the physical and mental toll that caregiving can sometimes bring. We're here to create a warm and friendly space where you can openly discuss, share, and learn from others who are on a similar journey.
Join us in Kowhai You're not alone—we are here for you.
Walk your way through grief
Get ready to put on your walking shoes and join us for some uplifting and invigorating walking sessions! Experience the therapeutic benefits of walking while connecting with others who understand the journey of loss.
No matter your fitness level, these walks are suitable for everyone. It's not just about the walk itself—afterwards, we'll wind down and enjoy morning tea together. It's a chance to relax, share stories, and strengthen our supportive community.
So, lace up your shoes and get ready for a journey towards healing and connection. Together, we'll walk, talk, and forge meaningful connections that will uplift and inspire us on this path of healing. Join us and let's walk forward, one step at a time.