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PDFs and print-ready leaflets

Our six leaflets help you deal with different aspects of death, dying and bereavement. They are available in easy read, web ready and print at home formats.

1. Getting organised before you die [web] [print] [easy read]

2. Being a good listener when you talk about dying [web] [print] [easy read]

3. How to talk about death and dying [web] [print] [easy read]

4. Talking about dying if you or someone you know has dementia [web] [print] [easy read]

5. Talking to someone who is grieving [web] [print] [easy read]

6. Talking with children about dying [web] [print] [easy read]

Printing professionally?

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There are versions of our leaflets suitable for supplying to a professional printer.

1. Getting organised before you die [easy read version] [standard version]

2. Being a good listener when you talk about dying [easy read version] [standard version]

3. How to talk about death and dying [easy read version] [standard version]

4. Talking about dying if you or someone you know has dementia [easy read version] [standard version]

5. Talking to someone who is grieving [easy read version] [standard version]

6. Talking with children about dying [easy read version] [standard version]

Note for your printers

The leaflets are designed to be printed as A5 roll fold, and the recommended paper weight is 150gsm silk or similar.

If you're printing on a home or office printer, you can print as ordinary sheets and staple in the corner or long edge. If you need a large print version you can print them at A4.

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Reading list

Recommended reading

Download the 'Books to help us deal with death and grief' poster, which shares themed book recommendations from podcaster and community facilitator, Amber Jeffrey. 

Dr Kathryn Mannix has written a suggested reading list for books to help us think about death, dying and grief.

Download the poster
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Planning ahead

The Planning Ahead tool will lead you, step by step, to think about your own values and the things that matter most to you in life and in dying. It will offer you a chance to think about the pros and cons of being cared for at home, or in hospital.

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Listen to the Dying Matters podcast

Dying Matters Podcast

There are 16 episodes of the Dying Matters podcast, discussing everything from the importance of music at the end of life to tackling racism in palliative care.

Guests include Dr Kathryn Mannix, actor Greg Wise, and Dr Rachel Clarke.  

- Listen on Audioboom

- Listen on Spotify

Subscribe to the podcast via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts

View all Dying Matters podcasts