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Anam Cara


Anam Cara is an online resource for bereaved parents to help them cope with and survive the death of a child.


Anam Cara has 8 online video vignettes to complement their other online resources.  See them on:

or on Anam Cara's home page of:

Bereavement Advice Centre


Supports and advises people after a death in England and Wales. Their website and helpline provide help with the wide range of practical issues that need to be managed after a bereavement, as well as signposting to other support:

Child Bereavement UK

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Supports families and educates professionals about childhood death and bereavement. Runs a helpline and individual, couples and family support sessions and groups across the country:

The Compassionate Friends


Offering support after the death of a child of any age and from any cause.

Cruse Bereavement Care


Support, advice and information when someone dies. Helpline, bereavement counselling and facilitated self-help groups across the country:

Dying Process for Loved Ones


This is a useful website to understand the dying process:

This article may also be of use to help recognise and understand when a loved one is dying:


“How to Recognise When Your Loved One Is Dying.pdf”


When you have a friend or family member diagnosed with a terminal illness, going into palliative care or about to start the dying process this is a must read. This book takes away the fear of dying and shows us how much care there is from the nurses and doctors involved:

Bereavement by Suicide


Supports those bereaved by suicide through a helpline, email and self-help groups:

Something Missing?

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If you have used or are aware of resources that could be helpful for your colleagues, please get in touch and let us know.


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