Young people

Are you aged 14-18 years old and beginning to think about the move from paediatric to adult services? 

We provide supportive care to young adults from the age of 18 years old who live in Cambridgeshire and are diagnosed and living with complex or life-limiting conditions.

Young people at hospice

We support young people transitioning from children’s hospice care to Arthur Rank Hospice  or Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice.

EACH (East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice) can refer young people from aged 16 years old as an introduction to our Transition Service. 

Our specialist Care Team can support young adults and their families from 18 years old throughout illness, symptom control, crisis management and end of life care.


During the transition process, we offer:

  • Open Days
  • Tours
  • Young Person Transition Coordinator support
  • Strong links with EACH 

Once transitioned to Arthur Rank Hospice Charity at 18 years old, we can support with:

Logos of 4 hospices - EACH, ARHC, Community Fund and Sue Ryder

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Meet Jane

Jane Lines is the Young Persons Transition Coordinator for Arthur Rank Hospice Charity, East Anglia Children’s Hospice (EACH) and Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice. Please contact Jane for more information. Email