The loss of a loved one is never easy. Whether by an accident, sudden death or after a long illness, the hole left in our lives is never filled, the pain may subside, but may never completely leave us.
Our years of experience has shown us that everyone’s reaction and ability to cope with loss is different and so we offer a very high level of after care, for friends and family.
We offer a library of information which is made freely available to all, our library contains many books, leaflets and resources about how people cope with loss, understanding the emotions of grief and how to help children understand and accept what has happened. Please call if you think this may be of assistance.
Additionally we are able to recommend a wide range of counsellors and support organisations that offer support and advice to those who might need it.
You do not need to feel or be alone, there are people who want to help you, all you need do is call.
Below are some additional links you may find of help and support.
The National Association for Loss and Grief
We live in a society that turns its back on grief. Yet grief affects family, friends, and workmates. Everyone needs an understanding of grief and loss and of its impact on our lives.