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We can help you find practical and emotional support at the end of life.
There are many practical and emotional issues to work through when you know you are reaching the end of your life.
If you are nearing the end of your life, you may have practical and financial affairs you want to sort out.
When you are told you may be nearing the end of your life, you may find yourself reflecting on your life, relationships, and wanting to talk through your thoughts and feelings.
Preparing a young person for the news that someone they’re close to isn’t going to get better can be very difficult. Get advice on the support available.
Making a box filled with special things can help your children or other loved ones to remember times that you spent together.
Often your care at the end of your life depends on what you want and what help and support is available.
If you choose to die at home, it’s important that you and your carers have as much support as possible.
During the last few weeks of life, you may have emotional and physical changes. Your healthcare team can help you cope with these.
You may need more help to keep you comfortable in your last few days of life.