Dying matters, and the care we provide does not stop once a loved one has died, it simply extends itself to family, friends and carers and aims to help you adjust to a new way of living.
We never want loved ones to feel alone or isolated in grief, whether you are experiencing loneliness and numbness, disbelief, confusion, exhaustion, guilt, regret, anger or rejection we can offer you emotional and spiritual support when you need it.
For Hospice, providing family support is especially important and sensitive. From one-to-one support for individuals to family group work and ‘drop in’ sessions, if you are ‘dying to be heard’, our Bereavement Support team are here to listen.
We would like to share with you some positive tips which you can use to help overcome your grief. Remember everybody is different; what might help some people may be different for you, but it is important to find what helps you through your grief.