Boston Novak House Wellbeing Centre Leah Boyle and Danny Chester

Wellbeing Services

We offer a large range of free wellbeing services to patients with a life limiting or terminal illness, their families, friends and carers.

Life limiting illnesses include conditions such as cancer, dementia, Parkinson’s, heart failure, motor neurone disease and others.


About our wellbeing services

We offer services across Lincolnshire in Boston, Grantham, Lincoln, Louth and Spalding. We can help patients, family members, friends and carers with emotional, psychological, spiritual, financial and social needs.

We have heard from those who have accessed our services that it has helped them improve their mental health and sleep, alleviate financial worries, combat social isolation, boost physical wellness, and much more.

Some of the services are on a one-to-one basis such as our counselling, and others are in a group setting such as our Bereavement Support Group and other services.

Choose your area to find out what support is available near you:


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Meet the team

Wellbeing services we offer


Family & Carers

Having someone close to you with a life limiting or terminal illness, or caring for someone who has, can be difficult. See what support we can offer you.


We offer various physical services including physiotherapies, occupational therapies, exercise classes and more.

Psychological & Spiritual

Our team can help patients, their families, friends and carers by providing emotional, psychological and spiritual support.

Welfare & Benefits

We aim to alleviate worries about financial wellbeing through the expert support and guidance of our welfare and benefits advisers.


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Last year...

Our Counselling and Bereavement services supported 859 new clients

Almost £10 million of financial support were awarded by our Welfare team

We supported over 12,500 people across Lincolnshire