27th February 2018
22rd May 2018
28rd August 2018
27th November 2018
7.00p.m. – 8.30p.m.
Eligible to attend:
Bereaved people, family and friends
Grief is how we respond when we experience significant loss or change, such as bereavement. It can be powerful and feel overwhelming. Some people may feel lost amidst conflicting and intense emotions. The death of one person can send ripples throughout the community. Bereavement not only affects the family, but also friends, work colleagues, teachers, neighbours and even acquaintances at clubs, and other social organisations.
1. Who is this intended for?
These hour and a half-long evenings are designed to give general information on grief and bereavement to bereaved people, their family and friends. Members of the Bereavement Service are present in case you have specific questions.
2. What happens?
Short talk by a member of the Bereavement Service:
- Different experiences of grief reviewed
- Services available.
- Question time.
3. Can I get counselling on the night?
No counselling is available before or after the Information Evening. Bereavement Service members in attendance are there to provide general information on grief and bereavement.
For further information contact Helen Ryan on 061 485867 or firstname.lastname@example.org
A certificate of attendance is provided