We all need to start talking about the D-word
Why don't we talk about death? It's not easy. But it is important.
Many of us plan for weddings and births, holidays and careers, yet we still shy away from planning for our death. At Sue Ryder, we believe that we all need to start talking about death. By taking the time to think about whether we would prefer to die in a hospice or at home, writing a Will, setting up a lasting power of attorney or making an advance care plan; it is possible to plan for a better death.
Our useful Sue Ryder guide can help you discuss dying and plan for the end of life that you want. It covers some of the difficult questions you may have, things you might want to think about, how to plan for the kind of death you want, and ways to get the conversation going.
Visit www.sueryder.org/talk to download your free guide to 'A better death'
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