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Pomoc rodinám: Who We Are


our advisors are here for you

Petra Trnková - Julinka's mom


Do you feel that communication with doctors is difficult for you? Do you need to confide, share your feelings, but your surroundings only tell you not to lose hope, or that time is the best healer? 

Believe me, I used to hate that sentence. But today I know it's just a shield for those who love you because they don't know what to say. What do you say to parents who are losing their child? I don't know exactly either. Each of us is different. We fear death, even more so in a situation where it involves our own child. In a situation that everyone has heard of, but seemed so distant. And now you don't know what to do with it.

I am not a doctor or a psychologist. I am here for you when you need to sort out your thoughts, complain, or cry with someone who has experienced this seemingly hopeless situation.

According to the motto of our children's hospice, there are things we can only handle together.


Write to me at

Eva Pospíchalová - Guide for Parents and Siblings

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Do you feel like difficult moments come back like a boomerang? That at the moment when everything seems fine, anxiety, fear, frustration, and despair set in? 

For your child to be happy, it is important that you are happy too. Parents and caregivers often forget about their own needs and sometimes rush for the well-being of their children. Mood swings and strong emotions sometimes come when you think you've accepted, handled, coped with the difficult fate.

I want to offer guidance and support to parents, siblings, and caregivers (grandparents and close family members). Drawing on 15 years of experience working with children and parents going through tough life crises.

With humility and respect for your life stories, I offer a safe space for:

  • Sharing concerns about the future, moments when strength and optimism are running out,

  • Accepting anger, fear, exhaustion, feelings of injustice, and self-doubt,

  • Fears of failure in various life roles (as parents, partners, friends, siblings, employees, etc.).

Sometimes it's enough to change the perspective or broaden the horizon we're looking at. Allow yourself care as well because A SATISFIED PARENT = A SATISFIED CHILD. Write to me at

Jitka Jůzová - social worker


Have you just received an unpleasant diagnosis? Have you been caring for a sick child for a long time? Are you looking for a suitable service? Do you need to arrange social benefits, but the forms are complex and there are too many of them? 

If you find yourself in a situation like an unknown land, where it's good to have a guide. New diagnoses, frequent hospitalizations, but also care allowance, the degree of dependence on another person, related services, compensatory aids. Unknown terms for many people, but everyday bread for me.

If you need to arrange social benefits, navigate the range of services for children, or get advice on who to turn to, don't hesitate to reach out to me. I am a social worker with many years of experience. My task is to help families in difficult life situations with practical matters and show them how to handle the psychological burden.

I want to be close to you and say, "I am here with you; together we will find the best way." Write to me at

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