At CHAS we’re dedicated to supporting children with life-shortening conditions and all of their family – including brothers and sisters.
We know that siblings have their own interest and needs. And, as brothers and sisters often share many of their experiences together, this can lead to them forming a very special bond.
Having a brother or sister who’s ill, or has a disability, often helps their sibling develop many positive skills, including increased empathy. But, it can also cause some problems. They might worry about the illness. Or, perhaps feel isolated from the rest of the family.
At CHAS we understand this.
A stay in one of our hospices can make a big difference. With art rooms, gardens and soft play areas, there are plenty of ways you can spend some quality time together as a family. Always knowing that our team are on hand to offer their care and support.
We also have a range of activities and support especially for brother and sisters.
At CHAS we’re always here for the whole family. And we understand just how important brothers and sisters are in caring for a sibling. We offer comfort and support whenever it is needed.
Here are some other support services that you might find useful: