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Time to talk - Getting it right at the end of life

"I’m not afraid of dying I just don’t want to be there when it happens" – Woody Allen

Dealing with the inevitability of death is something we all have to face, but whilst we are healthy happy and active it is something that perhaps most people prefer not to think about, let alone talk about. However, we need to plan for the end of our lives in the same way plan for other important life events.


An executive summary of the Director of Public Health Report is available to download or you can read the full report.

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If you or someone you care for is nearing or planning for their death, the end of life care page can help you.

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