A good place to die: what does a place need to be, to be good?
From: Wednesday 12 May 2021
At: 10am -11.30am
Where: Zoom BN1
Dying Matters Awareness Week online event
Time to Talk Befriending are facilitating a conversation based on this year’s Dying Matters Week theme. The conversation will be based on what participants feel would make a place, a good place to die, and why. Whether you have thought about this before, or whether this is completely new to you, we would like you to share your thoughts and feelings to help all of us understand what it takes for a place to be good in which to die. Talking about this topic could raise issues that can be emotional, as well as being profound, so participants will be advised to share as much as feels comfortable and to be kind to themselves in what they share.
The conversation will be facilitated by Peter Wells who is a Brighton based psychotherapist, and former lead chaplain at the Royal Sussex County Hospital. Peter will collate the responses and resources shared which will be made available to those who attend. The event is going to be delivered via Zoom and is free to attend. Please email to book your place (on a first come first served basis). RSVP no later than Friday 7th May by midday. Further event details including the Zoom link will be sent via email to attendees on Monday 10th May 2021.
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