South Wales Central MS, Heledd Fychan has been asked what would matter most to her at end of life, as she met Marie Curie staff at the Senedd, who spoke about the importance of good palliative and end of life care, and access to it for all.
Heledd joined forces with the Marie Curie Cymru Policy team, Lowri Griffiths and Bethan Edwards at a stand at the Senedd in Cardiff Bay on Wednesday 3rd November, to highlight the leading end of life charity’s work.
Marie Curie Cymru provides care and support to people living with a terminal illness and their loved ones in their hospice and people’s homes. The charity also offers a free Information and Support line, which includes bereavement support. It is the largest charitable funder of palliative and end of life care research in the UK also campaigns for better end of life care for all.