Wards for special needs patient that are dying, with sensory areas.

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When our disabled daughter was dying from pneumonia after fighting breast cancer, she was put on an NHS ward with elderly people who didn't have long either(although being 26,she was like a 3 year old, loving but loud) Respecting the elderly needed peace and quiet, we feel it is only fair that people with learning difficulties and special needs need their own sensory ward to share their last moments with their families, no matter how loud they might be. We want to sort out "kelly colwell wards" in our daughters name to help other families in the same position.