Coping with Bereavement Toolkit
 in COVID-19

Last weeks/ days of life Bereavement Wellbeing and Psycholgical support Covid-19

This is for managers and organisations. It is a short Power point from the Department of Health and Social Care that will download on to your device. It deals with how to support staff with working remotely. Whilst we know that the majority of individuals who contract coronavirus recover, our team members may be faced with the loss of life under very difficult circumstances - whether a family member or a colleague. This toolkit outlines advice and guidance on the steps to take if team members are suffering from a bereavement - you can find practical guidance on how you can best support individuals during a difficult time.

COVID -19

Last weeks/ days of life Symptom Management Covid-19

Resources relating to COVID - 19

Dementia at end of life

Dementia

Link to the Lincolnshire's Dementia website for all local services and information

Dementia Strategy

Dementia

Lincolnshire Joint Strategy for Dementia Lincolnshire Joint Strategy for Dementia 2018 - 2021

Diabetes at end of life

Last year/Months of life Last weeks/ days of life Symptom Management

This is the document on End of Life Diabetes Care – Clinical Care Recommendations from Diabetes.org.uk

Difficult conversations

Last year/Months of life Last weeks/ days of life Covid-19

Evidence-based advice for difficult conversations

Eating and Drinking

Last weeks/ days of life Dementia

Information on Eating and Drinking – Information for family and friends as dementia progresses towards the end of life produced by Marie Curie 2021 and Risk Feeding Policy 2020

End of Life Care Planning

Childrens Palliative Care

Referral form for CHILDRENS PALLIATIVE CARE TEAM

End of Life Care Planning

Last year/Months of life Learning Disabilities

Resources to support caring for people with a Learning Disability at end of life

End of Life pocket Guide

Symptom Management Covid-19

End of Life Care Pocket Guide produced 8th July 2020 For busy health professionals working in the COVID-19 pandemic. Discusses ReSPECT, ACPs, Safeguarding and Recognising Dying concisely