On this page you’ll find information to download or order about living with or caring for someone with a life-limiting condition, and coping with the loss of a loved one.
Coping with grief: what got me through
Advice from our Online Community members
Nothing can take away the grief and sense of loss this brings, and although bereavement has no real end point, everyone finds different ways to cope over time. All the advice in this book has been written by people who’ve been there – and who have shared their honest experience of how they coped.
Order your free copy of our booklet of advice on how to cope with losing a loved one by using our online form.
Leaflets to download or order
The following leaflets are available to download or order for free.
Need one copy? You can download them to print yourself at home.
If you would like to order any of these to be delivered in larger volumes, please use our order form.
Coping with grief (A5)
We are all different and every person’s experience of grief is unique. This leaflet suggests some different ways to cope, and how to find support if needed.
Living with a life-limiting condition: planning for the future (A5)
Setting out your wishes can help your family at an already difficult time. This leaflet explains lasting power of attorney, advance care planning and writing a will.
What to expect in the last few days of life (A5)
This leaflet guides you through what to expect when someone is dying and immediately after.
What needs to be done after a loved one dies? (A5)
This leaflet guides you through the steps needed to register the death, who you might need to tell, planning the funeral and sorting out money and belongings.
Online Community (A5 skinny)
If someone you care about is dying, or has died, support can feel just out of reach. So it’s comforting to know help is never far away. This leaflet gives an overview of the information and support available through Sue Ryder’s Online Community.