Offer a bereavement guide that includes quotes and stories from other people who have gone through a bereavement plus some useful information on things like registering the death and arranging a funeral.
Supports and advises people on the many practical issues to manage following a death
supports families and educates professionals when a baby or child dies or is dying or when a child is facing bereavement.
A freephone service for anyone affected by the death of a child.
Provides details of the benefits you could get following bereavement, how much you could get and how to claim.
Provides an online booklet aiming to provide an overview of the practical and emotional issues that may arise if you are bereaved. It also points readers towards other organisations that may be able to help you with information and support.
They have information about coping with bereavement after the death of a loved one.
They exist to meet the needs and break the isolation of those bereaved by the suicide of a close relative or friend.
They can help you find answers to your questions and guide you through the early days of your bereavement. It can also help you understand more of the experience of loss in the days that lie ahead.
Offering support and friendship to parents and families after the death of their child, at any age and from any cause
Bereavement counselling may be able to provide support during these very difficult times. Talking about the loss often allows a person to adjust to their new life with all its changes – good and bad. Keeping things bottled up or denying the sadness could prolong the pain. Any loss has to be acknowledged for us to move forward. Bereavement counselling tries to help clients find a place for their loss so they can carry on with life and eventually find acceptance.