Dying Matters and Hospice UK merge on 1 July. The two key end of life care charities join forces, pooling resources and expertise to provide “good end of life care for everyone”.
Do you have end of life care experience? Can you help with a new survey? The Co-Care project is trying to understand how volunteers can provide support for family caregivers at home.
If you are close to young person who has a life-limiting condition – you might find this new guide to having conversations with young people about death helpful: Difficult conversations, by Together for Short Lives and the National Council for Palliative Care:
A Dying Well Charter is to be launched in Dorset in March; one of eight Pathfinder Communities projects pioneering a new public health approach to end of life care in England.
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.