highland hospice

Our aim in specialist palliative care is to improve the quality of life for people throughout the Highlands who have life limiting illness and require specific treatment for difficult problems such as pain and symptom control or require rehabilitation.



​Tel: 01463 243 132


Palliative Care

The Scottish Partnership for Palliative Care (SPPC) brings together health and social care professionals from hospitals, social care services, primary care, hospices and other charities, to find ways of improving people’s experiences of declining health, death, dying and bereavement.

We also work to enable communities and individuals to support each other through the hard times which can come with death, dying and bereavement.



​Tel: 01463 243 132


Live and learn is an informal drop-in service available to anyone affected by a lofe-limiting or long-term health condition.  This includes families, carers and people who have been bereaved.  it provides an opportunity to meet people in a similar circumstance and gain informal support from healthcare professionals.

The drop in sessions take place weekly on Thursdays between 10am and 3pm in the Netley Centre at Highland Hospice.  Anyone can drop in throughout the day.  There is no need for a referral to attend Live and Learn.

Each Thursday there will be a range of seesions on offer which will include Tai Chi, a creartive activity and an informal education session covering topics sush as managing symptoms, maintaining a healthy lifestyle and feeling good.

Phone:-  01463 227919