My aim is to give people peace at the end of their life. If patients want to open up and discuss things or even have a cry, whatever they want to do is fine by me. If they want to give me a cuddle, I will cuddle them. I am quite tactile and there is a warmth about the place, which people always comment on. There are no boundaries as far as I am concerned. So if at the end of someone’s life, I can give them peace and comfort and help the families to make their passing easier, even if it is a tiny way, then I feel that I have done a good job. And when I leave here of a night-time, I need to know that I have given 110%.
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