Mid and South Essex Health and Care Partnership is providing new health monitoring technology to all care homes across the area to support remote consultations and delivery of "telehealth".
Grab a cuppa and join this Virtual Death Cafe on Monday 1 June 19:00 - 20:30 for a rare chance to speak openly about death, dying and bereavement.
Grab a cuppa and join a Virtual Death Cafe on Sunday 24 May at 10:30 am or Monday 25 May at 7pm for a rare chance to speak openly about death, dying and bereavement.
Conversations about death allow us to accept it as a natural stage of life. We can explore ways to honour our lives by ‘dying well’, through encouraging conversation and taking action. What action will you take?
People who know they are dying often don't feel heard by family and friends. Don't let fear of getting it wrong stop you from talking and listening.
Who is going to raise the question of, ‘who do homeless people talk to’ when they experience loss or grief?
As a carer when a person they have cared has died, they grieve too. Its ok to ask them about their loss, be there to listen.
If you know someone who has experienced sudden or traumatic death, sometimes it’s difficult to know what to do or say. It’s ok to talk about the person who has died, sitting with the discomfort may be the support they need.
"Dying Matters" Week and bereavement support for residents
Thanks so much to those who were able to attend the meeting on 13th February. It was a good turn out, and a rather beautiful venue!