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Dec 03 2015
X Factor Winner’s Charity Single benefits Together for Short Lives
This year’s X Factor Winner’s Single will raise money to support seriously ill children and their families, with profits from sales of the single being split between Together for Short Lives, and the children’s hospice charity Shooting Start Chase.
Dec 01 2015
Supporting young people to explore sexuality & relationships
A free guide is now available for professionals to support young people with uncertain life-expectancy who want to experience intimacy, sex and relationships.
Nov 30 2015
Support for bereaved people in poverty needs reforming, urge charities
Together for Short Lives, as part of the Funeral Poverty Alliance, has written to Baroness Altman asking her to look at the problem of funeral poverty.
Nov 27 2015
Having a Baby animation wins again
Hurricane Media and Together for Short Lives' animation 'We're having a baby' has won the 2015 Media Innovation Award.
Nov 25 2015
Comprehensive Spending Review: response
Together for Short Lives Chief Executive Barbara Gelb responds to the Comprehensive Spending Review
Nov 23 2015
Launch of the Young Person’s Guide to Personal Budgets
UK children’s palliative care charity, Together for Short Lives, has launched a new guide Young Person’s Guide to Personal Budgets in England, designed to help seriously ill young people to have more choice and freedom in how their care is delivered.
Nov 20 2015
The Sun on Sunday Santa Hospice Appeal
Some UK hospices set to benefit from new appeal.
Nov 20 2015
We make case for #carearoundtheclock with MPs and peers
Together for Short Lives called on MPs and peers to help make 24/7 children’s palliative care a reality at a special event at the House of Commons on Tuesday 17 November.
Nov 17 2015
Seriously ill children need care around the clock
Children with life-limiting conditions and their families are not getting the care they desperately need because there are not enough professionals with the skills and knowledge to provide it.
Nov 12 2015
Action needed to increase access to hospice care for Muslims
Hospices and NHS services must capture data about religion and ethnicity much more consistently from people using their services – as glaring gaps in this data are preventing effective planning of palliative and hospice services for Muslim patients and their families