We know that being diagnosed with a life-limiting condition, or being frail and elderly, can be incredibly difficult and leave some people feeling very isolated.
Mountbatten can support you in many ways in living with your condition and helping you to come to terms with it. Our programme of activities and groups, mainly held in the John Cheverton Centre, are aimed at helping you to live well, supported by our team of Mountbatten Nurses, Carers and volunteers.
The John Cheverton Centre is open to everyone including our patients, their families, carers, friends and the general public. This wonderfully light building is a friendly and welcoming environment, where our volunteers will support you to make the most of your visit.
Use the options below to find out which activities are available to patients (referral only), and which are open to everyone including the general public.
Complementary therapies can help you cope with some of the stresses caused by illness.Read more
Even if you've never picked up a paintbrush before, we can help you find your creative side.Read more
Lift your spirits with our Mountbatten Community Choir! Rehearsals every Wednesday evening.Read more
Knit and natter - it does exactly what it says on the tin! Join us every Thursday morning.Read more
Meet up with friends for a cup of tea and warm welcome!Read more
Who would have thought you could enjoy a night out at our hospice? Every first Thursday of the month.Read more
An open group where music and singing is at its heart.Read more
We hold a number of sessions, aimed at specific areas that can help you to keep well.Read more
A support group for children who have experienced loss through death.Read more
We offer groups for people living with dementia and their carers, including music therapy.Read more
Our rehabilitation gym is based in the John Cheverton Centre at Mountbatten Hospice.Read more
If you are living with motor neurone disease, this regular group can support you and your carers.Read more
A regularly held group of sessions, on a range of topics, aimed at keeping you as well as possible.Read more
Join us to break the taboos in talking about the one sure thing that will affect us all.Read more
Try some creative music-making, singing or playing, even if you've never played before.Read more
Even if you've never picked up a paintbrush before, Mountbatten can help you find creative ways to express yourself.Read more
Our chapel is a place for peaceful reflection - for people of all faiths, and those who have no faith.Read more
We are incredibly lucky to have wonderful grounds which are open to the public to enjoy.Read more
No-one knows when they might fall ill, so planning your future care now is vital.Read more