If someone close to you dies, we have a pack of useful information which we can give you. If the death happens in a hospice or hospital you may be offered an appointment with a Bereavement Officer to talk you through what needs to happen and when. If not, our pack may help - it was put together by two members of staff who had very different experiences of bereavement help (one good, one bad).
If you don't need the pack - let us know about your bereavement anyway, we would like to contact you to see how you are.
You are not alone ....
The Sue Ryder foundation offer free online bereavement support. They host a website open to anyone affected by bereavement or terminal diagnosis www.sueryder.org/notalone
Read advice pages about everything from going on holiday to making a will; what it will be like when someone is dying and how to cope after they've gone. The Online Community is open to anyone coping with the loss (or impending loss) of a loved one. It is moderated by Sue Ryder to ensure it is a safe and supportive environment.