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Bereavement Checklist

 

It is never easy to see someone you care for pass away and often it is overwhelming to think that certain things need to be done soon after. Particularly for those who are grieving and are the person’s nearest relative legally or hold legal responsibility (executor) as a close friend.

It is important that the care providers continue to deliver person-centred care and support for the bereaved families before, when and after death occurs.

You can support the bereaved family and friends by sharing with them our checklist. It can help them with deciding where to start and what to get done first, including advice on practical arrangements such as registering a death and arranging the funeral and a glossary of legal terms to help navigate terms used such as ‘next of kin’.

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It is never easy to see someone you care for pass away and often it is overwhelming to think that certain things need to be done soon after. Particularly for those who are grieving and are the person’s nearest relative legally or hold legal responsibility (executor) as a close friend.

It is important that the care providers continue to deliver person-centred care and support for the bereaved families before, when and after death occurs.

You can support the bereaved family and friends by sharing with them our checklist. It can help them with deciding where to start and what to get done first, including advice on practical arrangements such as registering a death and arranging the funeral and a glossary of legal terms to help navigate terms used such as ‘next of kin’.

Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014