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Structure completed for Australian first hospice at Manly

The Member for Manly James Griffin MP recently visited the site of Australia’s first dedicated adolescent and young adult hospice, to view progress at the Manly facility. 

Despite wet weather challenges, the project has achieved significant construction progress, including completion of the structure and installation of the roof for the new facility.

The internal fit-out works for the hospice are progressing well, which will include eight purpose-built patient suites and two, two-bedroom family suites. 

The facility will offer respite care, symptom management and end of life care for patients between the ages of 15 and 24. The development has been made possible through generous donations from the community and funding committed by the NSW and Australian governments. 

Construction of the AYAH Manly is on track for completion in late 2022.

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