End of Life Management (ELM) is an umbrella organisation
for all non medical end of life care.
Under the auspices of the ELM Organisation, End of Life
Friends is a network of individuals dedicated to working
alongside medical professionals. They will ensure that
those who need comfort and companionship at the end of
their life’s journey and who do not have family or
friends to accompany them, will not be alone in their final
hours. From diagnosis of a life threatening illness to
the final journey, an End of Life Friend will be available
for all non medical needs, not as carers but as companions.
Senior Health -
a website for older adults developed by the National
Institute on Aging and the
National Library of Medicine,
both part of the National Institutes of Health
and Loss. To help children deal with
Since the launch of ShareGrief.com in July 2001, our team
of volunteer grief specialists has reached out to hundreds
of people across the world who have experienced the death
of a child, spouse, parent, sibling, friend or other family
member. Whether the loss is as a result of an accident, illness,
suicide, trauma or sudden death, our team quickly responds
with support and compassion. We offer information on support
groups, local resources and reading materials that may be
helpful to the bereaved.
We look forward to assisting those who seek comfort after
the death of a loved one and we will continue to provide
a much needed service to the bereaved community
Illness. A public interest website focused on coping
with a terminal illness as a sufferer, relative or friend.
by Artists. A nationwide service
which helps people to commission fine, individual
memorials for churchyard, cemetery,
garden or public space.
Child Bereavement Charity website
offers a searchable database of organisations that may
help. To view this database, please
visit the Support and Information section.
Friends. Supporting those who care.
Providing friendship to each other
where people in similar circumstances can make friends
with those who understand.
providing the UK with a huge counselling support network,
enabling those in
distress to find a counsellor close to them and appropriate
for their needs. This is a free, confidential service that
will hopefully encourage those in distress to seek help.
Directory - a support network
of UK life coaches, with information on their training
and experience, areas of life
coaching, fees and contact details. This service is free,
confidential and easy to use.
Find out about Robynn McCann's
first book entitled, "The Opal Within Us" and
moving stories about death and dying.
http://www.MesotheliomaSymptoms.com, provides comprehensive
mesothelioma information, including how professionals frequently
use palliative care to improve and extend the lives of patients.