Our short film showcases the work of our amazing teams who provide compassionate care and support each and every day to families facing a life-limiting illness. The film also aims to challenge the myths surrounding hospice care.
Filmed and produced by the amazing team at Resource Productions who volunteered their time, skills and expertise to produce this for us free of charge.
Amanda Dorsett, Maidenhead based Production Manager & Producer from Resource Productions, says:
“Resource Productions started working with Thames Hospice in 2021 when we were able to showcase their beautiful location in our first Feature Film ‘Little English’, which recently premiered at the London Indian Film Festival. We have produced their recent ‘About Us’ film as the work the Hospice do is crucial to Berkshire and it’s community. The team and I are so proud of the film and features the wonderful work and surroundings of Thames Hospice.”
Proudly serving the community for more than 35 years, we are a leading UK Hospice providing inpatient and community palliative and end-of-life care services to people aged 16 and over across East Berkshire and South Buckinghamshire. Treating everyone with kindness, compassion and providing a safe and caring environment is at the heart of everything we do to support those facing a life-limiting illness.
We are committed to delivering care that is agile and responsive so that we give patients and their families choices about the care they receive, providing the highest quality nursing, medical and therapeutic care within our Hospice and in patients’ homes, supporting the physical, social and psychological needs of our patients and their loved ones.
Our services are free of charge to all who need us, thanks to the generosity of our amazing community, as well as our incredible volunteers who give their time to support the best possible end-of-life care for local people. It costs £14 million every year to keep our Hospice running and we rely on charitable support to fund our services 365 days a year to the people who need us most.