The early days at three of Plymouth’s best loved Charities.
Dr Sheila Cassidy’s life work has had a lasting impact on lots of people. She was key to the founding of three of Plymouth’s favourite charities: St Luke’s Hospice, Jeremiah’s Journey and The Mustard Tree.
Not For Robots had the pleasure of catching up with Sheila and one of her dogs. We spoke talk about her life as a Doctor sprecialising in Oncology and how she found her way to Plymouth. She shares her memories of what motivated her to step in and create better and more campassionate support for people with life threatening illnesses and their families.
Sheila is now (mostly) retired but remains active in the Plymouth community. As an author she published books about her life and work. More information below.
The early days at three of Plymouth's best loved charities.
The Mustard Tree
St. Luke’s Hospice
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Dr Sheila Cassidy
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