We plan for weeks for a birth… why not a death?

Many of us have some vague idea that it would be best to die quietly in our sleep one night later on in years, but the unfortunate truth is that most of us don’t die this way.
Instead of being vague about it, we encourage you to get death savvy because dying will be the last important thing you, and the ones you love, will ever do.

So! Know your stuff, ask questions, make a plan!
Share what’s most important to you with your family and friends.
Don’t wait for someone else to do it for you.

Getting informed about end of life and death care options will make you better equipped to support family and friends experiencing death, dying and bereavement, which may make for a better end of life experience.

What’s ONE thing you could do today?!

Don’t know where to start, wish you had a checklist? We have one here.

And if you’re keen to get some reading done.

Join the National Dying to Know Day annual day of action.