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About Us

North Tipperary Hospice “In Home Care” movement is a community based, non-profit organisation which promotes and supports the development of hospice and palliative care in North Tipperary. The organisation supplies specialised equipment and psychological and social support for patients and their families at end stage of life as well and funding two cancer support centres.

The organization depends on the generosity of the community, as 100% of the funding to maintain these vital services, comes from donations and not from any governmental bodies or other stakeholders.

The main ethos of the Movement is to provide palliative care in supporting people at their end stage of life affording them the dignity of dying in their own homes surrounded by family and friends.

  • North Tipperary Hospice logo Betty, Cancer Client

    Over four years ago I got my cancer diagnosis. It entailed major surgery, followed by six months of chemotherapy. My first port of call was Suaimhneas. On that day I had no idea the major part the staff and volunteers would play in my journey to recovery. The professionalism shown in the most loving caring way was balm for my battered body's and soul. Knowing I was not alone in what was to be a life changing situation made such a difference. I let the oncologists take care of the cancer, while I took care of myself with the help and support of Suaimhneas. I would say to anyone reading this. If you are a cancer client or a carer of someone coping with a cancer diagnosis, make an appointment. Go see Ann, and take the first step in moving towards that little Oasis at 2 Clonaslee, Nenagh. It can and will make such a difference. An eternally grateful client.

  • North Tipperary Hospice logo Hospice Committee, Board of Directors

    It is now twenty years since the foundation of the North Tipperary Hospice "In Home Care" Movement and the Accounts show once again that all the hard work of the fundraising committee continues to bear fruit. The cost of running these services costs over €400’000 annually. This is a quite a high expenditure and underlines the necessity for continued fundraising. Now that North Tipperary Hospice Movement has expanded it's services there is further pressure on fundraising.