Bucket List moment today. Got onto Woman’s Hour! Listen again. Jenni Murray was her usual amazing self, interviewing Fling blogger Dr Kate Granger, Jenny Katzinger, Rabbi Julia Neuberger, fab funeral director Emma O’Driscoll (and daughters) with myself and Emma Freud doing the last 5 minutes. As I heard someone say today, every time you take one […]
Planning a good death
To kick off 2016, Jane Duncan Rogers ran a Planning a good death workshop, incorporating her own book, her Good Death Checklist and Final Fling’s planning tools, giving workshoppers the chance to chat, share, think, talk, plan and record. Here, Jane shares a bit about the session and the feedback. Our sell-out Planning a Good Death […]
Planning for a Good Death – get it DONE in 2016
Have you had thoughts about planning for a good death? Join Jane Duncan Rogers for a two-morning workshop to actually complete your Good Death List – or the various sections on Final Fling, your choice. Whether you prefer entering your information online, or with pen and paper, this workshop gives you the chance to actually […]
Jimmy’s good death
Friend of Final Fling, Jimmy Stewart, is interested in achieving a good death. He became interested in knowing more about the rules and options around end of life after watching his mum die. He’s one of a growing band of us actively interested in managing our options.
The Conversation Project
The Conversation Project is a US based project to encourage people to think ahead, talk and share thoughts and plans for end of life.
Medical treatment comes in two broad types: ‘curative’ – fixing things; and ‘palliative’ – managing things: care and treatment for comfort, control of pain.