Covid-19 Update

Thank you for visiting the Bereavement Care web-site. We are aware of the distress that the current Covid-19 pandemic has caused and the traumatic loss of family members and friends that so many people in our local community are coping with. Our Bereavement Drop-in Groups have regrettably been suspended and our face-to-face support is currently unavailable. However, we are able to offer limited telephone support whilst the restrictions on social distancing continue. We would like to assure you that we will do our very best to provide support at this difficult time, but at the same time the health and safety of our volunteers and of our clients must be taken into serious consideration.

Welcome

When someone close dies, the world can seem a lonely and empty place. At times like this it helps to talk things over with someone who will listen without judging or telling you what to do.

At Bereavement Care our team of trained volunteers are here to support adults and children in the London Boroughs of Harrow and Hillingdon and the surrounding area who would like some help in coping with their bereavement.

Bereavement Care is an established charity. Our services for bereaved people are given entirely free of charge and are completely confidential. We are well-respected by healthcare professionals, teachers, community leaders and family support workers throughout the local community.

Support

Bereavement is something we all experience at sometime in our lives and each of us reacts to it in different ways.

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Training

For anyone interested in offering support to bereaved adults and children in their community, or place of work.

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Diary Dates

Annual General Meeting

[Unconfirmed: Subject to Government Restrictions]

Date: Wednesday 21st October

Time: 7.30pm

Location: Emmanuel Church, Northwood, HA6 1AS

 

Conference Webinar (via Zoom)

“When Covid Strikes”

Responding to those bereaved after a pandemic

Date: Wednesday 4th November

Time: 9.30am – 1.00pm

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