Insight, hope and clarity

Start the conversation can offer insight, hope and clarity in this time of collective uncertainty.
Start the conversation can offer insight, hope and clarity in this time of collective uncertainty.

MORE than 600 events have been registered for the annual Dying to Know Day, held on August 8. It is aimed at starting a conversation about dying, caring and grieving.

This year Covid-19 has brought death and dying to the forefront of people's minds which can spark curiosity but also anxiety.

There has never been a better time for a chat about end of life. Go to dyingtoknowday.org.

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