There’s much more to death than we think; what if it isn’t just an ending, but an event we can plan for?
Thinking beyond the four walls of hospices and hospitals, we have the chance to approach it with confidence and plan a good death. After Wards is a collection of insights and ideas from people who can help us all to re-imagine this essential part of life, and to live well until we die.
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Stacey Hart from child bereavement charity Grief Encounter explains how children understand death and what can be done to help them find light and meaning in grief.
Animator Marsha Onderstijn shares how she came to make The Life of Death, a beautiful short film and meditation on living and dying.
Author Glenn Ringtved explores how his book Cry, Heart, But Never Break can help adults talk to children about death and dying in a healthy way.
Andrew Thorns, Director of Medicine at Pilgrims Hospices, explores why we’re so often afraid of death and shares what can be gained from talking about it.
Author Dr Kathryn Mannix shares her views on why we all need to learn how to talk more openly about death and dying, and explains how charities like Pilgrims Hospices can help.