Each family has a different story to tell about the support the hospice has given them. We're incredibly thankful to those who have shared their story with us. Find out how Naomi House & Jacksplace makes such a huge difference to families in the videos and articles below.
Liam has the very rare genetic condition, Sox 2 anophthalmia syndrome, which means he was born with no eyeballs. He has learning disabilities, severe epilepsy and reduced hearing in one ear. This is his story.Read Liam's Story
Alfie has cerebral palsy caused by brain damage during a very difficult birth. He is unable to stand, walk, sit, or even play with his toys on his own. He has epilepsy, hearing difficulties and is fed via a gastrostomy. This is his story.Read Alfie's Story
Five year old Bruce is a happy little boy with a smile that will brighten your day. He has severe bi-lateral cerebral palsy, epilepsy and no independent mobility, making him completely dependent on others. This is his story.Read Bruce's Story
Evie has been coming to Naomi House for regular respite care since she was 7. Her dad, Simon, shares their family story.Read Evie's Story