The death of someone close to you, whether it is expected or sudden, can be very difficult. It is hard to talk about but planning ahead can help avoid distress and make sure your wishes are met. Practical help and support is available.
allow you to set out your decisions and choices about refusing medical treatment in certain situations, should you lose the mental capacity to make these decisions in the future.
There are many different types of funerals to choose from and financial help may be available.
The death of someone close to you, whether it was expected or sudden, can be an extremely difficult time, and you will experience many different emotions. Help is available.
Bereavement benefit is a payment that may be made following the death of your husband, wife or civil partner.
There are many options for what happens to your body or organs after you die. Donating your body for scientific research is an option.
Epilepsy is a neurological condition which causes seizures. There are many different types of epilepsy and seizures.
Some people may have difficulties making decisions. This could be due to a learning disability, dementia, a mental health problem, or a brain injury
Plan ahead to manage your affairs. There may be a point in your life where you are unable to manage your finances and need someone to do this for you. Or if you care for a family member or friend, you may need to step in to manage their finances and other affairs, if they are unable to do so themselves.
For many people the main symptom is a painful headache. Other symptoms include disturbed vision; sensitivity to light, sound and smells feeling sick and vomiting.
Palliative care is a term that is used when someone is supported through a serious progressive illness. It also includes care for their families.