DYING SHOULD NOT BE A DISASTER – BUT IT OFTEN IS WITHOUT HELP
If you or someone you know is struggling with a terminal illness or is facing death, we are here to help. We know that wishful thinking and hoping for the best are not enough when it comes to dying. Everyone needs some support when life is ending.
The aim of our charity is to provide death education so that when the time comes, we can be informed, prepared and ready to face death. There are important practical, physical, emotional and spiritual things to know about dying. This knowledge does not make dying worse or make dying happen sooner, it makes dying easier.
When it comes to dying, you are not alone because we also are a community of like-minded people struggling with life and death issues. We share the same fears and anxieties, losses and encouragement. We believe that by walking through this together, we can do both living and dying better.
It starts with a conversation.
We invite you to become a member of our community and to be a part of the conversation.
Dr Colin Dicks
MBChB, FRANZR, MBA, MSc Palliative Medicine.
THE ADVENTURES OF STICKMAN
There is so much to say about dying and living, that we needed to get some help. So, we recruited Stickman.
Stickman is our spokesperson. He has terminal cancer and he is willing to share his experiences with you. Find out what he has been up to and what he has been thinking.
He would also love to hear from you to know what you have been up to and what you are thinking.
Death and dying is a private and sensitive matter. It is because of this we have chosen a membership model to ensure our community is protected. Please take the time to have a look around, learn a bit more about what we do and how our membership works.
We look forward to welcoming you soon.
As a registered charity with Deductible Gift Recipient status, Dying to Understand is about giving. We want to give to you and give to others. Giving is about more than about money – it is about being a hero when someone needs a hero.
Learn about how we give.