Naomi House & Jacksplace supports children, young adults and their families from across central southern England. Each family has their own unique story to tell, and as they bravely speak through the videos and written stories below, you can find out how the hospices are there to support them on good days, difficult days and last days.
My husband Simon and I had so many plans and dreams for our new little family. We’d imagined all those special moments with our child, so when Dr Kate said, “We can make Christmas happen for you,” that’s when we knew we had to go.Read Emma's Story
After a difficult birth, Archie was born with severe brain damage, causing quadriplegic cerebral palsy, epilepsy and blindness. Archie is a funny, cheeky boy with a contagious smile. This is his story.Read Archie's Story
Amelia is from Bournemouth and has been coming to Naomi House for respite since she was two and a half years old.Read Amelia's Story
Evie had a progressive neurological disorder known as Labrune syndrome. She visited Naomi House since the age of 7 for respite care. Her condition caused a gradual deterioration in her health and sadly, in June 2020, she passed away at the age of just 12. This is her story.Read Evie's Story