Creating Conversations in Croydon
Dying well takes planning
Research shows that the majority of people in Britain have not discussed their end of life wishes or have made any plans for when they die, with only 33% having written a Will.
Studies indicate that having plans in place brings peace and comfort to family and friends at a time of sadness and loss.
But talking about death and dying can be difficult, with many families not knowing how to start these difficult conversations.
Creating Conversations online events
Due to government and organisational guidance, we are currently holding our Creating Conversations events online.
Every Monday, 5-6.30pm (sessions to resume on 11 January 2021)
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Every Wednesday, 2.30-4pm (sessions to resume on 6 January 2021)
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Call for end of life champions 2021
Would you like to empower people in Croydon to break down the silence and have important conversations about dying, death and grief, either in your professional capacity or as a volunteer within your community?
If you can commit to four free bite-sized training sessions on Zoom – with ongoing support from the project lead – we would love to hear from you.
The training Zoom meetings will be Wednesdays 13, 20 and 27 January and 3 February, 10.30am-1pm
For further information or to register your interest, contact Carol Trower on email@example.com
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Please contact Carol Trower for more information on how to get involved or to book an event in Croydon.