Lucy Hulme - Bio

When at ASAS I am a leader and outside of the charity I am a learning disability nurse specialising in children and work at Martin House Children's Hospice. Normally at Martin House we offer respite, end of life and little room stays as well as symptom control stays to children and young people with complex needs and life limiting illnesses. During this pandemic we are only offering end of life, little room and symptom control stays, the communal areas are all closed.

 

Currently undertaking a stairclimbing challenge to raise money for work as we aren’t getting the usual fundraising we need so I’m climbing 713 flights of stairs. To donate, click here

I find that exercising on a morning sets you up for the day, it wakes you up and makes you feel like you’re doing something to help yourself.

 

Also reading, I’ve been reading lots of fiction novels and then doing a social distance swap at Ursula’s (another leader) so we can keep ourselves entertained

When lockdown is completely lifted I am looking forward to being able to meet up with my friends and the children we are all personal assistants for. We enjoy big group outings to places such as Scarborough or Stockeld Park and I can’t wait to do it again so all the children can see each other again and we can all see each other again!

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