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.
Click below to explore and find out more.
Pilgrims Hospices talk with Canada-based podcast The Waiting Room Revolution about death, dying and end-of-life care in the UK and Canada.
Saijal Reahal shares her struggle to come to terms with having a chronically ill mum and her views on death and grief, versus those of others.
David Harradine from Fevered Sleep explains how their project, This Grief Thing, is helping to normalise conversations about grief.
Aly Dickinson from End of Life Doula UK explains what support death doulas can offer and why people may choose to work with them.