This is Dying Matters Awareness Week and the Centre for Palliative Care is hosting several events at the University.
In Main Reception we are encouraging people to come and share their thoughts on death and dying with others. We would like to invite you to come and write down your thoughts on death, dying and bereavement and display them on a special tree.
On Thursday 21st May, we are also holding a morning drop-in session for people to come in and talk about their views on death and dying. No appointment is needed – just drop in and meet other people, including professionals trained to answer some of your questions.
Please see the attached flyer for further information and please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any queries. Dying Matters Awareness Week
St Richard’s Hospice events:
On our Inspirational Blog today, David Knight shares some thoughts on what might make a good death www.strichards.org.uk/Pages/Blog/Display.aspx?IDPost=497b0d77-3e76-4dd4-9741-6e7b8cb721fa
David also offered some inspiring thoughts about a good death and how to prepare for the inevitable on BBC Hereford and Worcester’s Thought for the Week yesterday. You can listen again online at http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02r3wtt from 56 minutes in.
To find out more about Dying Matters Week and other activities St Richard’s Hospice is taking part in, read our press release issued today http://www.strichards.org.uk/Pages/News/Display.aspx?Title=&IDPost=4cd1c436-7126-409f-82dd-b634a5ceb656