We’ve been scouring the shelves to create a wee cornershop to save you time. We’ve found all sorts of goodies that might be helpful at a time of need… guides, artefacts, salves and soothers that we think might help with the twisting turning journey that leads us from life to death and beyond.
Films on death and grief We have started a list of recommended films. Please do contact us if you have suggestions to add. Beyond Goodbye Remembering Josh: a 45 minute film that records Josh’s life as it was remembered at his funeral, with many wonderful musical contributions, stories and anecdotes. Beyond Goodbye: a shorter version of […]
What happens after life? Is there an Afterlife? Heaven, hell, return to the earth, the soul’s onward journey – it’s the subject of thousands of words on the web, in scholarly papers and the popular press, in debates and bar room musings.
We don’t presume to know diddly so we like to ask questions and find out what people think.
There’s lots of help out there if you want to improve your skills to be better able to support someone else at the end of their life
At the moment, the only route to a chosen death for people in the UK is to fly to Switzerland. Dignitas in Zurich is the clinic many recognise by name.
If it’s hard for your average Jo(e) to face the end of life and get the ‘good death’ we all deserve, how does it work for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people?
As human beings, we’re all different. We all need to have our needs met and be recognised as an individual.
Cicely Saunders started the hospice movement in the 60s and today, hospices across the UK provide care, compassion and help in coping with emotional and spiritual as well as physical concerns.
Final Fling wants you to have a ‘good death’, be in control of your choices and decision-making. There are a number of organisations now dedicated to achieving a better end for us all. Final Fling is just one of them. There are government-funded groups, campaigning bodies and professional bodies. ‘End of life’ and ‘later life’ […]
Beat That – Scotland’s longest running samba band – played a tribute to Mandela’s life and achievements