good life, good death, good grief


We want Scotland to be a place where people help each other through the difficult times that can come with death, dying, loss and care.

We believe that people usually want to do the right thing when someone they know is affected by ill health, death or grief.

But sometimes other things get in the way – lack of knowledge, time, experience or confidence can mean people don’t offer help. Structures, culture and conventions can create barriers to individuals acting on their intuition.

Good Life, Good Death, Good Grief wants to address this. We want to create a Scotland where everyone knows how to help when someone is dying or grieving.


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