“It’s Time to Talk” Workshops

The aim of the It’s Time To Talk workshop is to encourage confidence to have conversations about the end of life and last wishes and what might happen if you became ill.

We hope that by demystifying death and talking about it, we can go some way to reduce the fear and confusion around how and where we die.

We explore:

  • What does the term end of life actually mean
    How to talk to someone who is looking after a loved one who is dying or has been bereaved.
  • The small things we can do to help create a nurturing environment for everyone involved.
  • How to look after yourself as you support a loved one as they die.

It is important to us to try to tailor each workshop to participants needs.

We hope to make the workshops as interactive as possible, so that, if you feel comfortable, you are able to join in the group conversations. That way we can listen and learn from each other’s experiences.


Next Workshops:

  • Tuesday 2 February 2021: 10am – 1pm
  • Tuesday 23 February 2021: 10am – 1pm
  • Tuesday 16 March 2021: 10am – 1pm
  • Tuesday 30 March 2021: 10am – 1pm

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Sometimes we find participants would also like to have conversations around some of the following:

  • COVID 19 and current funeral arrangements
  • How & why a Coroner may be involved
  • How past experiences of bereavement may reflect on recent bereavements
  • Generational differences
  • Children and Young people’s bereavement
  • Cultural & faith differences
  • Emphasis on the things that really make a difference

The whole emphasis of the workshop is to empower participants to feel more comfortable talking about death or being around someone who is dying.

We want to help you trust your instincts and be able to do what feels right. We hope that participants, when faced with end of life situations will feel equipped to cope, that they will feel able to do the best that they can and have fewer regrets.