For yourselfWe all die, whether expectedly or not. When we prepare for our own death in advance, we are able to relieve the decision-making burden on the people we love and create the opportunity for a peaceful end of life.

Don’t miss this opportunity – start your checklist today. You may want to go through this checklist on your own or with the support of your family or close friend. It can be helpful to talk through the options available to you.

Planning for your own death – whether it’s expected or not – takes a lot of time and energy. It is much better to take the time now, while you have it, to lay out your plans, wishes, directions and desires, so your passing will be peaceful for you, your family and friends.

Download the ‘For Yourself Checklist’ and get started today!…
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Extra support
If you need extra emotional support while making arrangements, the Samaritans may be able to help and are available 24 hours a day, www.samaritans.org.

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