The experiences of death, dying, loss and care affect us all, but they are never easy to deal with. Talking about them is difficult and we often don’t know how we might help someone even when we want to. But not facing up to such important parts of life only makes it harder for everyone.
How we talk together about death and dying, how we support and care for each other through illness , loss and grief, makes a difference to our health, our families, our communities and to how we live our lives.
The Compassionate Communities Project wants to help make it easier to talk and to take positive action by supporting communities, groups and individuals;
To discuss death, dying, loss and care
To reflect on what it means to them and the people around them
To take positive action
Discuss therapy plans and the health benefits of various ideas such as reborn baby dolls and what cases studies have shown.
Join the conversation…
- Are you recently bereaved?
- Good neighbour partnership
- Leaflets and Resources
- Stories of compassion
- Think ahead
- Video reel
Care for the disabled and sick is a priority in many of our lives. Mobility aids for the elderly can offer a new lease of life at times. Being comfortable as well as maintaining some independence is important.
What to say when someone you love is seriously ill What to say when someone you love is seriously ill
When someone you know is seriously ill… When someone you know is seriously ill…
When you are seriously ill – Talk about it. When you are seriously ill – Talk about it.
Why do we need to talk about dying and loss?