It’s time to measure the impact of efforts to change how we approach dying
We’re developing a world first Death Literacy Index so we can understand more about the impact of compassionate communities work in Australia and beyond...
What happens when an aged care facility becomes a hub in the community?
Stretching out across a 10K diameter with an aged care facility at the epicentre, this project is changing up aged care as we know it...
Harnessing the willingness of villagers to care for one another and build a more connected end of life.
Building a compassionate community in the beautiful Blue Mountains region.
A day to talk about death and dying.
Australia's biggest death literacy campaign, Dying to Know Day has been running for the last 5 years clocking over 550 events across Australia.
National Compassionate Communities Practice Forum
National Compassionate Communities Practice Forum : Engaging people, health services and communities for wellbeing at end of life.
Did you know the average length of bereavement leave in Australia is 2 days?
Every workplace should be equipped to support their staff in times of grief and bereavement.
What would it take to reduce the barriers that sit in a hospital ward?
A community well-being approach to dying in South-West Sydney