Family films

We are incredibly grateful to the families who feel able to share their experiences and journeys with us.

Explore our family films below and learn about the ways in which we support those in our service.

Kelly, Gary and Annabel

Charlotte's film

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Meet Charlotte, a 10-year-old girl who brings joy to everyone she meets. Despite her health challenges, Charlotte finds joy and freedom in her stays at The Treehouse, where she can just have fun and be herself. This film shows her maturity, sense of humour and the bond she shares with the people around her.

Sibling day at CUFC

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We organise days out for siblings who are either bereaved or have a brother or sister receiving care at one of our hospices. In this film, siblings from Milton had a tour of the CUFC stadium and shot a few goals past the club’s mascot, Marvin the Moose!

Poppy's film - ITFC

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In an interview with ITFC, Poppy Mason, who received support and counselling from EACH after her brother George died, shares her experiences with EACH and her excitement at leading out her heroes at Portman Road as mascot.

Henry's film

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Henry Barnard lives with Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA), a genetic condition causing muscle weakness. Discover the impact of music therapy in his life through this video, as he and his brother share what it's like to perform together.

Theodore's film

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By their own admission, bereaved parents Lee Channell and Emie Rayfield would be lost without the “priceless” support of EACH. The couple’s baby, Theodore, died when he was just 71 minutes old, on 22nd July 2021. He was born at 5.25am and passed away at 6.36am.

Erin's film

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Erin Sadler had a number of complex health needs meaning she required care 24 hours a day seven days a week. This film was made in December 2021. Very sadly, Erin died in December 2022. We continue to support mum Helen and her family.

Tom's film

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Eleven-year-old son Tom had lived with a range of complex health issues, having been diagnosed with rare brain conditions polymicrogyria and schizencephaly when he was just a baby. Hear from mum Nicky about their story.

Libby's film

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Libby Carlin lives with Bohring-Opitz syndrome, a rare genetic condition that affects the development of many parts of the body. Libby needs 24/7 care and is unable to sit, crawl or walk. Mum Kirsty and brother Jake tell us more about their journey.

The Delf family film

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On 17th January 2020, the Delf family sadly lost their loving brother and son Fraser to Coats plus syndrome, a rare condition that affects multiple organs and causes brain abnormalities that worsen over time. He is remembered for his loving nature and contagious smile.

Callum's film

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On Christmas Eve 2018 Callum, then 13, was diagnosed with an aggressive grade four brain tumour known as a diffuse midline glioma. His family will always look back on their time at The Nook with great fondness.

Annabel's film

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Annabel had a condition called Cockayne Syndrome or CS. CS is a very rare and life-threatening condition... there are only two to three people per million worldwide with CS.  “Small but mighty” is how anyone who met Annabel would have described her.

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