Planning

 

We have more opportunities than ever for choice and control over how we spend our last months and days, when we may be limited by illness. However, many people are not aware of their options or confused about how to get what they need. People often also find it difficult to find someone to talk to about it.

Most people want to die at home. Our experience is that some proactive  planning can make this more likely and usually easier. 

 

We offer one-to-one advice ON ....

  • working out and achieving what really matters to you,

  • getting your affairs in order, to ease the burden on loved ones after your death eg wills, funeral plans, practical information

  • discussing how to make choices about medical treatment in line with what matters to you eg care plans, advance directives,

  • planning strategies for how to stay at home in your final months, if this is your wish eg setting up networks of support to help you and people caring for you.

Of course, we also offer help to families, friends and neighbours. Indeed we encourage them to contact us too.