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With another meeting yesterday and yet another great story uncovered, the programme is beginning to take shape in our heads.

It seems that everyone so far has come across SPECAL through word of mouth and as a result, many of the stories of those we meet are intertwined, which gives a richness and depth to each one.

The common theme is simple: how much of a difference SPECAL makes to everyone’s relationships – not just those between carer and caree, but between friends and family. We’ve been given a glimpse of how terribly different these end of life experiences would have been without SPECAL and the purpose of telling these stories is to show that an awful diagnosis doesn’t have to lead to an awful end.


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