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20-03-2016, 16:00   #1
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Links to information relating to aspects of terminal illness will be attached here:

Changing the way we think about Palliative Care:
https://www.mariecurie.org.uk/blog/c...ive-care/48682

Preparing for Approaching Death
http://www.hospicenet.org/html/preparing_for.html

Citizens Advice - Death and Bereavement
http://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/death/
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Recommended Reading Material.


Free booklets available from Irish Cancer Society 1800 200 700
or for downloading @ www.cancer.ie

-Who can understand? talking about your cancer.
-Coping with fatigue.
-Diet & Cancer.
-Understanding the emotional effects of cancer.
-Lost for words-how to talk to someone with cancer.
-Talking to Children about Cancer-A guide for parents.
-A Time to Care-Caring for someone seriously ill at home.


http://hospicefoundation.ie/bereavem...ment-leaflets/ for free download or free leaflets from Irish Hospice Foundation 01 6793 188
or maura.dunne@hospicefoundation.ie

Death of a partner.
Understanding Grief.(video also available )
Grieving a parent.
Grieving the death of someone close.(available in Polish also.)
The grieving family.

Death of a child.
Children's grief.
Adolescents grief.
Talking to children about traumatic death.
Death of same sex partner.
Supporting someone who is grieving.
Death of a pet.
Grief in the workplace.
Bereaved by suicide.
Grief at Christmas.

(In association with Alzheimer's Society. )
Grieving following the death of someone with dementia.
Loss and grief when a family member has dementia.
Understanding late stage dementia.
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Think Ahead

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"The purpose of Think Ahead is to guide members of the public in discussing and recording their preferences in the event of emergency, serious illness or death"
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