Good Life, Good Death, Good Grief has produced a set of resources for members who want to work to make Scotland a place where people can be open about and support each other through death, dying and bereavement.
The 100% Project is a community engagement project set up by the Children's Hospice Association Scotland (CHAS) which aims to start conversations about death, dying and bereavement in a life-affirming way. They have produced a short film in which parents who have lost a child talk of the importance of being open about death, dying and bereavement.
The Dying Matters website makes available many useful resources. These include:
Cruse Bereavement Care Scotland is a charity, staffed by volunteers, which provides training, and gives bereavement support to people throughout Scotland. Cruse have produced an Employer's Bereavement Toolkit to help employers be ready and able to manage a bereavement in the workplace.
A number of organisations have jointly published the Whole School Approach to Supporting Loss and Bereavement, a resource to help teachers support children and young people during times of loss, change and bereavement.