*LATEST* New podcast: End-of-life accompaniment and lone deaths

Nobody chooses to die alone, right? Wrong. Some people plan very carefully to make sure they die alone. But why? Helping answer that question is sociologist Dr Glenys Caswell from Nottingham University. We then discuss an exciting partnership with the Society of St Vincent de Paul, who we’re working with on an end-of life companionship programme. Dr Lynn Bassett and broadcaster Julie Etchingham will bring you up to speed with our plans. Listen to episode 23 of the podcast here.

In conversation with actor Greg Wise, Dr Kathryn Mannix, and broadcaster Shelagh Fogarty

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Living with the knowledge that death is close at hand can take a huge toll. It can feel like you're on an emotional rollercoaster. Learn more

How can you find meaning in what’s happening? Rising above grief and connecting spiritually to something greater might help. Learn more

Dying well, or what constitutes a 'good' death will mean different things to us all. But if you can face up to dying and try to prepare now, this could help you to live well too. Learn more

Caring for someone who is terminally ill, and worrying about the future can be very demanding. It's important to remember to care for yourself too. Learn more

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