Page 10, 10th October 1986

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Page 10, 10th October 1986 — Gifts for `Lizzies"

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Gifts for `Lizzies"

DART THROWING, jumping from aeroplanes, cookery demonstrations, and gifts from parents and friends, have all helped build the new £120,000 sick bay at St Elizabeth's, Much Hadham. Our photo (left) shows blood tests in the new sick bay.

The new seven-bed unit is fully equipped both for the care of the adult multiplihandicapped, and the terminally ill. The corridors, for example, have been designed wide enough for wheelchairs, and each WC is equipped with disabled aids.

There is even a small kitchen for the special diets used in nursing these very special patients, people Jean Vanier has described as "the wounded of Christ".

St Elizabeth's, Much Hadham, Hens, (telephone 0279 84 3451), is a unique school for those suffering from epilepsy, and is conducted by the Daughters of the Cross.

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