CHASE hospice care for children

CHASE supports families with life-limited children and teenagers. Life-limited means they are not expected to live to reach the age of 19.

The CHASE network of care stretches throughout SW London, Surrey and Sussex. Back in 1997 the More-Molyneux family, from Losely Park, offered CHASE a site at Artington on which to build a children’s hospice – a £3.5million project. Sarah and Mike More-Molyneux agreed the hospice could be called Christopher’s, after their young son who had died in a tragic accident at Loseley that year.

Losely House (at Compton near Guildford) is not far from us and we have vsited it several times for events and to look around the house which is open to the public. CHASE often fund raise in the local area, as you might expect, but I had not thought to add a page on AllAboutSpecialNeeds.com – until I heard the news of the death of David Cameron’s son, who had  cerebral palsey, and then I couldn’t think why I had not considered it before.

The care and support offered by CHASE extends to:

  • The young person’s immediate family
  • Parents and siblings of all ages
  • Grandparents
  • Aunts
  • Uncles
  • Very close friends
  • and other professionals, such as the young person’s or sibling’s teachers.

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