Dying Matters Awareness Week 10 – 16 May
Where people die is changing. More and more people have been dying at home in recent years, and the pandemic has seen this number leap by tens of thousands.
There is no right or wrong place to die; it will be different for everyone. But is is important for families to think about it, to talk about it and to plan for it. Planning for death is more important than ever in a time when the COVID-19 pandemic has taken so many lives at such short notice, and in circumstances beyond our control.
We want people of all ages to be in a good place when they die- physically, emotionally and with the right care in place
Getting there means having some important conversations, and taking some careful decisions. Make sure that you and your loved ones are in a good place.
Below are links to information provided by Hospice UK that may help you and your loved ones start to talk about dying.
For more information about Dying Matters Week click here