Useful Links

Epilepsy Bereaved
Champion the issue of sudden death in epilepsy, previously unacknowledged by any organisation. Produce a new magazine and information on SUDEP. Provide a range of support services to bereaved families.
FoMC (Families of Murdered Children)
FoMC have close links with victim support, they also give practical and emotional support for the families and friends of murder victims.
Funeral Costs Help
Jan Andrews, set up this website in early 2014 following the death of her partner in 2011. When it came to arranging his funeral she did not know where to start. The website is dedicated to helping people understand what is involved in planning a funeral and the costs involved. is the result of that idea to collate as much information on the subject as possible.
Funeral Services Guide
The Funeral Services Guide was established with the specific aim of providing the bereaved with an all-encompassing, yet practical approach to arranging a funeral, while also coping with the difficult issues associated with bereavement.
General Register Office
Registration in England and Wales dates back to 1837. Since then, there have been some changes in legislation which affect day to day practices, but the original approach to registration and the methodologies employed remain relatively unchanged.
Gingerbread gives lone parents support, friendship, confidence, self reliance, help and advice and personal development and this includes to those new lone parents through bereavement.
Good Funeral Guide
The Good Funeral Guide is wholly independent of the funeral industry and is dedicated to supporting, empowering and representing the interests of dying and bereaved people living in the UK.
Help the Aged
Help the Aged give, support, advice and help for the bereaved in association with CRUSE bereavement care.
Help the Hospices
Help the Hospices is the national charity for the hospice movement, founded in 1984 by Anne, Duchess of Norfolk.
History of Nursing
A list of 101 informative websites on nursing history - Including the Florence Nightingale Museum in London

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