Further support and guidance
The loss of a loved one is one of the most difficult life experiences that we can go through. As you and your family experience this now, you may have questions, seek support, and look for information to help you manage what comes next as you grieve.
A step by step guide on what to do after a death, including information about how to register the death, notify government departments and deal with the estate.
Bereavement Advice Centre
A step by step check list to help you from the day your loved one dies to the day the estate administration is completed.
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Sue Ryder's Online Bereavement Support
Connect with the right support for you - whether that's information and resources, qualified counsellors or a community of others with similar experiences. These services are free and easy to access on your computer, smartphone or tablet.
There are many local support services available. The bereavement team where your loved one died or at your local hospital will have further information.
Someone to talk to
Everyone needs someone to talk to sometimes. The helplines below are there for you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year; whatever you’re going through.
Grief can be overwhelming. No matter how long you have been grieving, you don’t have to deal with it alone.