Below are some booklets and websites which may contain helpful practical and emotional support. Please click on the links for more information:
What to do After Someone has Died: Information for Relatives - Leeds Teaching Hospitals information booklet; containing information about hospital processes, guidance on registering a death and organising a funeral as well as bereavement support organisations.
Macmillan - After Someone Dies - information about what happens when someone dies, how you may feel and practical support.
Sudden - Coping with grief when someone you love dies suddenly - Sudden support people after someone has died unexpectedly, they have guides for both children and adults on coping with grief. These are available online or can be ordered for free, only costing postage.
Help is at Hand - written by Public Health England and National Suicide Prevention Alliance for people bereaved by suicide, contains information and advice.
Grief, Loss and Bereavement - written by the Alzheimer's Society, containing information and advice starting from receiving a diagnosis of dementia.
Bereavement Advice - a website which contains practical information on what to do after someone dies. It includes information about registering a death, the Coroner, dealing with money and property and stopping mail. It also has information on grief.
Please click here to be taken to the NHS bereavement webpage.
If you need further information about where to get practical or emotional support, please speak to our bereavement officers at your appointment or phone:St James' University Hospital 0113 206 4162 / 2066432 (10am-4.30pm)Leeds General Infirmary 0113 392 3560 / 3922674 (10am-4.30pm)Email: firstname.lastname@example.org