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Below you will find a selection of links to other useful websites...

Chestnut Tree House


Chestnut Tree House care for children and young adults from 0-19 years of age with progressive life-limiting and life-threatening illnesses in their state of their state-of-the-art facility in West Sussex. Leo House at home sponsor a number of outreach nurses who are based out of Chestnut Tree House and work with parents and care for children in their homes. Click here for more information about Chesnut Tree House.

St Barnabas House


St Barnabas House is a local independent charitable hospice, first opened in 1973 by a local GP Dr. Francis Gusterson. Their services include a 15 bed inpatient ward, day hospice, community team, family services team and educational department. The hospice team consists of nurses, doctors, social workers, counsellors, chaplain, physiotherapists, complementary therapists, artist-in-residence and volunteers. Leo House work closely with St Barnabas in the continuing care of life limited people beyond the age of 25. Click here for more information about St Barnabas House.


Charity Commission


Charities are part of British life. They range from small groups meeting local needs with few resources to the well-known major charities with budgets of millions.Whatever their size or purpose, an essential requirement of all charities is that they operate for the public benefit and independently of government or commercial interests. Our job is to ensure this happens.The Charity Commission for England and Wales is established by law as the regulator and registrar of charities in England and Wales. Our aim is to provide the best possible regulation of these charities in order to increase charities’ efficiency and effectiveness and public confidence and trust in them.Our publication The Charity Commission and Regulation describes in more detail our values and how we operate as a regulator. We explain below our main activities. Click here for more information about the Charity Commission.


Together for Short Lives


Together for Short Lives is the leading UK charity for all children with life-threatening and life-limiting conditions and all those who support, love and care for them. We support families, professionals and services, including children’s hospices. Our work helps to ensure that children can get the best possible care, wherever and whenever they need it.


Please visit our section with useful resources for families





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LeoHouse is independant from, but works closely with, Chestnut Tree House,  click the video to find out more about Chestnut Tree House and the role of Leo House nurses


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