Debbie Young

Death, Dying, End of Life Care Planning, and Bereavement

Workshops and Events

I offer five workshops. Three of these build understanding of how to plan for the future and the end of life. These enable people to make informed end of life choices and empower them to put their end of life care plans in place.

My Understanding Bereavement workshop enables participants to feel more confident talking with, and supporting, people who have been bereaved and the Hosting a Death Cafe workshop gives participants the confidence to run their own Death Cafe.

The content and activities of each workshop are tailored to meet the needs of the group to ensure that everyone is able to participate. I use a variety of interactive activities and tools to help people engage with the topic and share ideas and thoughts.

I can also design bespoke workshops for any events you are organising or to address specific issues. Feel free to contact me to discuss your requirements.

Delivery options

Workshops can be delivered online or in-person.

Who are they for?

The workshops are targetted at members of the public and service users but I find that many professionals also find them particularly relevant and beneficial. They are particularly suitable for:

  • Carers Organisations
  • Community and Voluntary Organisations
  • Patient Groups
  • Providers of Supported Housing

End of Life Care Planning Workshop
'Things to do before I die' raises awareness of the importance of thinking about and planning for the end of life.
Coordinate My Care CMC
'Creating a Coordinate My Care Plan' enables participants to create their own Coordinate My Care (CMC) Plan.
Advance Care Planning Workshop
'Creating an Advance Care Plan' raises awareness of advance care planning and why it is so important.
Understanding Bereavement
'Understanding Bereavement' enables participants to feel more confident talking with, and supporting, people who have been bereaved.
How to Host a Death Cafe Workshop
'Hosting a Death Cafe' enables you and your staff/volunteers to have the confidence to host a Death Cafe either in-person or virtually.