. A children's hospice is an environment specifically designed to help children and young people who are not expected to reach adulthood. It is a place where patients gain support for any emotional and physical challenges they face, whilst providing respite care for their families. The basic concept of Children's Hospice is to create a friendly and comfortable environment for children, where all those involved are a great importance to the hospice environment, interior and all those details that ensure a harmonious adjustment of a child to a new facility. It has been estimated that as many as 7 million of these children around the world will need palliative care each year (Rushton et al, 2002), although the true figure is likely to be higher.