Here's what others have to say about the National Association for Hospice at Home:
“In 2011 the Ayrshire Hospice scoped the need for a Hospice at
“Being a member of the NAHH gives access to the message board and the opportunity to share good practice with other services both new and established. This is especially relevant in these times of massive change. Also being a member means that it is more cost effective to attend the annual conference which is the only event dedicated nationally for Hospice at Home providers. The opportunity to network, learn and develop cannot be underestimated. The NAHH is also doing work aimed at service improvement and monitoring and were crucial in starting the nationally acclaimed CSNAT approach as an example. The bespoke national standards and audit tool developed by the NAHH are invaluable for services, and serve as a starting point for peer review and benchmarking. One of the main functions of the Association is to provide a national voice for Hospice at Home services - an essential and key
“I have attended the conference twice before, in a different role, and found it to be one of the most friendly and inviting that I have attended!”
NAHH paid for Rachel White’s Princess Alice Hospice attended Association of Palliative Medicine conference in March 2018.
"It was a privilege to learn from the experts in our speciality, being able to share what I have learnt with my colleagues is very satisfying, particularly the latest research findings for symptom control of fatigue, delirium and shortness of breath, some of which is already being put into practice in my workplace.
It was great to be made so welcome by Tracey and Sue on the NAHH stand and to discover more about the role of the NAHH and how it supports its members. I have signed up for the NAHH mailing list now as I am keen to receive updates on future events. It was definitely a worthwhile experience."