Achieving change through community conversation, active engagement and individual learning.
Final Chapters – Palliative and End-of-Life Care – Education for Everyone
Appropriate for everyone who has little to no knowledge of palliative care, end-of-life care or bereavement.
Delivered over 2 half-days.
ADVANCE CARE PLANNING
Advance Care Planning (ACP)
Appropriate to everyone 18 years+ who are interested in living for today and planning for tomorrow.
- Advance Care Planning
- Will Writing
- Funeral Planning
- Organ Donation
- Sharing Your Wishes
Dying to Talk Café
Normalising death, dying and loss through conversation.
Dying to Talk Café sessions are discussion groups, they are not grief support groups and they do not offer counselling.
Sessions are 1.5 hours long, which often goes by very quickly once conversation gets flowing.
Cafe sessions happen throughout the year in various locations, we are also happy to facilitate new cafes on request.
Compassion in Action
Our Compassionate In Action Program is the projects active citizen initiative. Through raising awareness, education and facilitation we work with individuals and communities to co-develop social and practical support that allows people to live well within their communities until the end of life.
The Compassionate Neighbour Workshop is designed to raise peoples’ awareness on the needs of people living with advanced illness and frailty. At the end of the workshop people will be more confident when offering support that helps to reduce feelings of social isolation and loneliness.
Delivered in 1 full day workshop.
Death Positive Libraries NI
Death Positive Libraries NI
Death Positive Libraries NI (DPLNI) is an initiative that aims to improve the health and death literacy of communities by providing access to information and events that remove the barriers that people experience to talking about death and dying.
In collaboration with Libraries NI we seek to fill a gap in public access to books and literary resources that cover a range of topics about death, dying and bereavement. Books offer readers practical information on planning for end of life, guidance on how to have tender conversations about death and dying, and provides people with an opportunity to develop a greater understanding of living through the realities of a health crisis.
The Heart of Living and Dying
It’s important to think about these things when we are well. It reminds us of what is important now, to help us get the best out of life! It also helps us start thinking about planning ahead, for when life may change.
The Northern Trust works with local communities to support families whose loved ones have been suddenly taken into hospital, or who are ill & dying in hospital. Together we provide families with ‘Comfort Packs’ containing essential items, so they don’t have to leave their loved ones at critical times. The Comfort Packs
provide comfort when they need it most.