Diversitay will help you to talk openly about dying and plan ahead so that you can make the right choices about end of life care. Many people find it hard to talk about death and dying. This could be because death may feel a long way off, or you may feel too young to talk about it. But we do need to talk about it and be prepared and share our plans so that the people around us know how we want to be cared for.
You don’t have to be ill or dying to make plans for your future, but it is important to start thinking about your wishes. By making these choices clear to your family, carers or friends, they can ensure your preferences are followed when you reach the end of your life. Diversitay will help you think about all the options, such as where you would prefer to die, and will also help you to get support if you are on your own.
You may be looking to support an elderly parent with a life limiting illness terminal illness or are a family member who wants to make the last six months of a relative’s life as special and pain free as possible. Diversitay will help you talk openly to that person about how they want to be cared for so that you can make sure their wishes are followed.
Having a family can change your outlook on life completely – and may well encourage you to think more about the future. Diversitay will help you to think about your options, such as who would care for your children and how you would ensure their financial security.
Handling the arrangements for someone who has died is an important responsibility which takes a lot of time and energy. Making those decisions without guidance – especially at a time when you are grieving – can be very demanding. Diversitay can give you help to make sure you have fulfilled all the legal requirements and can carry out their wishes.