It can be difficult to know what to say when someone is dying. You may want to share memories or discuss your loved one’s wishes.
Everyone experiences grief differently. This analogy helps to explain how grief might affect you as time goes on.
Hospiscare bereavement volunteer, Liz, talks about her own experiences with loss and her advice for anyone experiencing something similar.
It’s not a conversation you ever wanted to have, and it’s not an easy thing to talk about. These tips might help.
It’s important to talk to your child in advance about what to expect, such as the relative looking different.
We’ve put together a list of books to help different age groups to understand death and cope with loss.
If you, or someone you love, has been diagnosed with a terminal illness, you probably have lots of questions. These articles are designed to help.
"I have been so fortunate, having this great mind, this gentle and generous man as my companion in so many ways – loving, working, living, travelling, thinking, writing and making performance alongside him for twenty one years. I believe Phillip inhabited every second of his life until he departed, soaring, on a breath."
What happens to the things that are precious to you when you’re gone shouldn’t be left to chance. A Will ensures that your loved ones are looked after when you are no longer here and your final wishes are understood.