We all want the best possible palliative care for our loved ones when they come to the end of their lives. This care involves physiological support and pain relief, but also social and emotional support for the person at the end of their life, as well as for their family.
In Essex there are fantastic palliative care services that work in hospices, hospitals, care homes and in the community. Including NHS care and a comprehensive list of local hospices, our guide to palliative care in Essex can help you to find out what help is available near your relative.
The Farleigh Hospice runs 3 Bereavement Help Points in Mid-Essex where bereaved people can drop in for a relaxed cup of tea, meet and chat with people, and access the best local advice, help and support.
Age Space can guide you through the process of planning and organising a funeral in Essex, to ensure that the service is a fitting tribute and you can focus on remembering your loved one in a way that feels right to your family. Use the guides below to find out more about the process of planning a funeral.