We joined forces with a local hospice for a charity video all about one man re-discovering his passion in life!
Officially opened by the Duchess of Kent in November 1982, Compton Hospice is a Wolverhampton based organisation which has been supporting patients facing a life-limiting illness, and their families, for over 35 years.
Since its formation the Hospice has proudly diversified its offerings to those based in the region, and now offers a range of services under one roof including…
- In-patient care
- Home care nursing
- Lymphoedema treatment
- Bereavement support
…and more, all of which are available free-of-charge to a catchment area of 1.3 million people.
Alongside these services, the hospice runs a day care centre called The Woods Therapy Centre – a place where patients can meet and engage with others with similar experiences and help them to maintain their sense of independence and quality of life.
One such patient is Doug, who has been attending the centre since 2009. When Compton Hospice asked us if we could create a charity video for their 2017 Christmas campaign all about Doug and his story we were more than happy to help!
Our video centred on Doug’s engagement with the centre, and how it was a nurse from the hospice who encouraged him to re-discover his passion for art by attending an Arts and Crafts session there.
You can find out about Doug’s story by watching our video above. At over two and a half minutes this video is just the right length to give his story justice, and contains emotive music and some shots of Doug’s very own fantastic artwork!
Our video received a fantastic reception online – being viewed over 3,000 times since uploaded to the Hospice’s Facebook page.
For more information on Compton Hospice, and what it can provide, visit its website
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