Let’s talk about dying booklet

Over a third of people aren’t comfortable bringing up the subject with a relative or close friend, and two in five people admit they do not know their loved ones’ wishes around dying, such as what their preferred type of burial would be. This leaflet or the accompanying video may help

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Sue Ryder online community
7th December 2016

If someone you love is dying or has died, Sue Ryder's online community is a place to share experiences, get things off your chest, ask questions and chat to people who understand. Invaluable for those that cannot leave their home.

A Trinity Story – Hospice care illustrated
30th March 2017 | Source: Royal Trinity Hospice

“Stop the lists, ditch the powerpoints, and let there be stories” This animation for Royal Trinity Hospice tells the story of hospice care so wonderfully. At a time when we are maybe wondering why we bother this film seems to answer that question. Winner at Charity Film Awards 2017.

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