We provide free, specialist care for adults in Luton and south Bedfordshire with life-limiting and terminal illnesses as well as vital support for their family and friends.
Our care is not just provided at the hospice itself but in the hospital, care or family home – wherever our support is needed the most. What’s more, our care does not stop at death. Find out more about our adult care services.
Our Wellbeing Centre brings a team of care professionals together to put you at the centre of everything we do.
Our Wellbeing Centre
Our expert team will take care of you whilst you are with us on our adult in-patient unit. Learn more about our specialist palliative care.
Our My Care Co-ordination Team offer advice and support with our 24-hour helpline for adults in Luton and south Bedfordshire.
My Care Co-ordination Team
Our joint service in partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support is about helping you to live well for longer. Find out more.
Occupational therapy and physiotherapy
Our care does not end with the death of a loved one. We continue to support the whole family after death too, for as long as you need us.
Music can be a powerful way of exploring and expressing your feelings. Find out how you can benefit from music therapy.
Hospice at Home volunteers bring the help, support and understanding you find at Keech Hospice Care to you, in the comfort of your own home.
A friendly face to visit you at home
Our art therapists can work with you on your own or as part of a group to use art in a variety of ways.
We care for every part of you, not just your illness. Complementary therapy focuses on your emotional and physical wellbeing.
We understand caring for someone with a life-limiting or terminal illness can be difficult. Our carer drop-in service is here for you.
Support for carers
We are here to help in practical ways, offering social and emotional support to you, your family, friends and carers.
Our amazing hydrotherapy pool has been designed to be relaxing while supporting your programme of care.
The staff went above and beyond the call of duty not just with me but with my family too. I’d come to terms with my situation and was ready to fight while everyone else was falling apart around me, but the nurses were brilliant and really supportive.
Heidi, Wellbeing Centre patient