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Welcome to Leeds Bereavement Forum
We are a small charity based in Leeds which works to develop and improve bereavement services in the city.
- We signpost individuals to the most appropriate bereavement service either locally or nationally. You do not need to be referred to us, our service is free and open to all
- We provide training, information, events and conferences to people who work in the area of bereavement to support their professional development. We work in partnership with organisations across the city to improve the provision of bereavement services
- We campaign to help people talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement and to make plans for the end of life. We work in partnership with Dying Matters nationally and locally
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We are delighted to announce that Leeds Bereavement Forum will be holding further Death Cafés in 2019. Working in partnership with Leeds Libraries, we […]Read more
Our Basic Bereavement Skills training is available to a wide range of groups and individuals working with bereaved people in general […]Read more
We are pleased to announce details of Leeds Bereavement Forum’s Annual General Meeting. Our AGM this year is kindly sponsored by Co-op Funeralcare, who […]Read more
Leeds Bereavement Forum, working in partnership with Tenfold, the Learning Disabilities Forum for Leeds is co-producing a new training course to address […]Read more
Our Basic Bereavement Skills training is available to a wide range of groups and individuals working with the bereaved in general settings such as health and social care, housing support, adult care, volunteer bereavement workers, faith and community groups. We have provided training to over 300 people in the last year.
The three hour session introduces some of the basic theories about the grieving process and develops skills and awareness in a small group through exercises and discussion.Read more
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