Death is a certain part of life, but many of us avoid thinking or talking about it.
We believe that approaching the topic as early as possible makes us all feel less afraid.
It can be empowering to control what’s important to you when you reach the end of your life, whether that’s practicing your religion, hearing your favourite music, being with nature, or staying at home rather than a hospital.
Talking about your wishes and writing them down helps to make sure that if you suddenly became too unwell to communicate, your family would know what kind of care you want. Download your advance care plan to get started.
Download your advance care plan and record what's important to you.
Your Will is an important document, yet many people still put off making one.
We know that talking about death, dying and bereavement can be difficult; our cube encourages conversation about what you want to achieve.
Read our guidance on having conversations with children about death and dying.