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RESOURCES AND SUPPLIERS

 

RESOURCES

Offers transport assistance for disadvantaged and isolated Aboriginal communities to attend funerals.

Assists individuals to make appropriate choices for their future health and care. They offer support, training and education, guidance for healthcare professionals, research, etc. for advanced care planning.

To provide Angel Gown garments that have been lovingly transformed from donated wedding dresses for families when they are faced with the unimaginable loss of their baby or child.

Provides support for those grieving and bereaved, such as through education, consultancy services, training, etc.

Promotes Australia’s study of dying, death, disposable. It has a network of death studies scholars, and enables public access into its expertise.

Contains all death records occurring in Australia since 1980, available for research purposes.

Provides palliative care knowledge for professionals and the wider community. They ensure there is equal access to evidence-informed information regarding palliative care.

Offers a variety of resources and a community to assist with the difficulties that come with the end of life. This includes resources, ideas, rituals, and care providers.

Compassionate Communities are communities in which everyday people play a stronger role in the care and support of people as they age and at the end of life.

Offers end of life support, care and counselling, as well as funeral planning.

The Death Letter Project was conceived as part of a PhD research project in late 2014, to invite fifty Australians to handwrite a letter, responding to: what is death and what happens when we die?

Offers refrigerated transportation for mortuary transfer.

The National Australian register for organ donation.

An annual campaign that empowers Australians at all stages of life to live and die well.

Dying to Talk was set up to help you feel more comfortable around the subject of death and dying. So, these resources and activities were designed by 20+ young people 14-19 years.

ELDAC provides information, guidance, and resources to health professionals and aged care workers to support palliative care and advance care planning to improve the care of older Australians.

Finds appropriate support for clients through a comprehensive list of end of life doulas in Australia.

This website provides online learning opportunities and practice resources for doctors, nurses and allied health professionals to improve the quality and safety of end-of-life care in hospitals.

Research focused on the care at the end of life. The centre investigate the challenges for people living with a life-limiting illness and those supporting them, develop solutions, and further the knowledge in palliative care. To see their research areas, publications, and other resources, visit their website.

Offers refrigerated transportation for mortuary transfer, as well as ashes repatriation.

Heartfelt is a volunteer organisation of professional photographers dedicated to giving the gift of photographic memories to families who have experienced stillbirth or have children with serious or life threatening illness.

Hummingbird House is Queensland’s only children’s hospice and one of only three children’s hospices in Australia.

Ipswich Hospice Care is a community organisation providing quality palliative care and grief and bereavement support to the community of West Moreton.

Karuna Hospice Service is an in-home palliative care service for the Brisbane north regions.

Little Haven Palliative Care is one of Queensland's leading providers of community based palliative care nursing services for patients with a terminal illness. Little Haven is a not for profit organisation, providing compassionate and professional palliative care and cancer support to people with an incurable illness and their loved ones in the Gympie and surrounding area.

Let Me See My Baby is a series of educational events visiting eleven cities across the country.

Promotes sustainable practices for body disposable by using ashes to plant a tree and serve the ecosystem.

A reflection on death and dying including the moment of death, the nature of unconsciousness and the mystery surrounding end-of-life dreams and visions.

Helps create a ‘values’ profile which provides insight into your values regarding life, death, and medical intervention. This helps to ensure values and wishes are respected in relation to medical treatment in the later stages of life, and are communicated to loved ones and doctors.

Offers the repatriation and transport services for deceased persons in Australia and to countries overseas.

The place for people working in end of life and palliative care to meet, share and grow their networks.

Offers support for bereaved parents, online, face-to-face, or over the phone.

Shannons Bridge is a charity organisation that works at connecting patients and families with services to help with home based care at end of life.

Offers spiritual and emotional guidance and coaching.

Creates advance care plans to ensure end of life wishes are communicated and individuals are empowered in their choices.

Advocates and encourages death literacy and discourse within the community.

 

SUPPLIERS

Transforming loved ones ashes into beautiful pieces of ceramic art.

An environmentally friendly and personalised alternative to coffins/caskets.

Supplies funeral products and accessories.

Supplies funeral products and other accessories.

Supplies shrouds and garments for the dead.

Offers sustainable, cruelty-free, and customisable burial products.

Offers mortuary support and facility support.

Their mission is to record your end of life wishes, share your life story, and celebrate your legacy in your own way.

Offers shrouds in sustainable materials.

An environmentally friendly and personalised alternative to coffins/caskets.