Useful Links

Benefits & Grants for OAP's
Benefits and Grants for OAP's including Dealing with Bereavement
Bereavement Advice Centre
Provides information, advice and signposting on practical issues after a death
Bereavement Care Standards 2013
In 2007, a Department of Health grant was awarded for the Bereavement Care Pathways Project: a partnership initiative between Cruse and the BSA, which looked at bridging the ‘gap’ experienced by bereaved people between bereavement services in the statutory and voluntary sectors. Grief is a natural process and this project highlighted that support can be effectively provided in different settings and in a range of ways, to meet diverse needs over time. Following on from that project, a further grant from the Department of Health was awarded to Cruse and BSA for the ‘Gold Standard Bereavement Care Project’, aiming to build on the foundations of the earlier work in a number of ways, including the revision of existing standards for bereavement care. These new standards have been developed through: • The work of the ‘Gold Standard Bereavement Care Project’ steering group • A national stakeholder event, bringing together representatives from statutory, voluntary and commercial sectors • A review of existing literature • Consulting a range of key people in the field and then members of the National Bereavement Alliance
Bereavement Register
The Bereavement Register is a service with one simple aim: To reduce the amount of direct mail to those who have died.
Birth Injury Guide
Birth Injury Guide is a comprehensive informational website on all types of birth injuries. Our goal is to provide helpful information and guidance to parents if their child was born with a birth injury.
BODY, British Organ Donor Society
This site covers topics on organ donation and transplantation, both in the UK and Worldwide.
British Deaf Association Sign Community
Our directory now includes a quick and easy to use listing of groups and services around the UK who use videophones, including public libraries and other services.
Buddhist Hospice Trust
The Buddhist Hospice Trust provides compassionate care and companionship for people with serious illness, people who are dying, and the bereaved. The Trust is non-sectarian and open to Buddhists and non-Buddhists, their families and friends.
Campaign Against Drinking & Driving
Provides support and campaigns for the families of victims killed and injured and irresponsible drivers
Centre for Death & Society
The Centre for Death and Society (CDAS) is the UK's only centre devoted to the study and research of social aspects of death, dying and bereavement. Established in September 2005.

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