Latest death and dying News

70 family carers upskill to help loved ones with dementia at their end of life
Grief In Aged Care: Guidance Needed To Assist Families
Working with underserved communities to improve palliative care in SA
Simon scores his special wish as Ambulance Wish South Australia launched
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Not all mourning happens after bereavement – for some, grief can start years before the death of a loved one
New tools to help health professionals with palliative care conversations
Raising our voices for better palliative care
Caring for home carers
Community-led initiatives allow Australians to “die better”
Help change conversation around death and dying
Giving dignity to death and dying
Matters of life and death should be discussed and normalised
Projects to improve palliative care underway
The NDIS promises lifelong support – but what about end-of-life support for people with disability?
Reducing Medicare-subsidised psychologist appointments will negatively impact people with comorbidities
$2.25m grant enables death literacy research
‘Get Dead Set’ – around end of life choices
Dead set, ready to talk about dying
Palliative care grants available
Cancer Book Club
Palliative care research grants supporting aged care workers
HELP ensure quality end of life
Why we need to talk about death and dying – Wollongong
How popular culture helps with business of death
Exploring death through art in Bendigo
CareSearch renews palliative care awareness
National palliative care campaign launched with a focus on accessibility for all
National palliative care campaign launched with a focus on importance of culture
National palliative care campaign launched to raise community awareness and further support health professionals
End-of-life planning not a priority for most
Care home staff get expert help to ease strain
We need to talk about COVID-19 deaths
Bringing death, dying to dinner table