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Young people over the age of 16, with life-limiting conditions, can be referred to Jacksplace, a purpose built young person’s unit next door to Naomi House.
Jacksplace provides palliative care to young people and their families, from the seven counties across central southern England. This support is not available elsewhere in the region.
The environment at Jacksplace offers a home away from home where young people can have privacy, dignity and independence. It provides a stepping stone between Naomi House and independent living as whilst staying, the young people have the freedom to choose how they spend their time, when they go to bed and what they would like to eat, for example. This concept has proven extremely popular as once they have left Naomi House, the young people are heading towards young adulthood and therefore enjoy this change of environment.
Transitional care is provided to all who make the move from Naomi House to Jacksplace, allowing them time to get used to the new environment and the change from round the clock care during their visits, to a more independent way of life.
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