An Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust created leaflet for people who have lost a loved-one, friend, relative or other significant person and relationship because of the Coronavirus, and for those who are helping someone else who is coping with a death.
This document by NHS Scotland supports clinicians to reflect on how to have difficult conversations about dying with patients using visual depictions.
During the COVID-19 pandemic we are faced with a potentially life threatening situation to some of the population, with many others being unwell. This guidance is helps support mental health workers to navigate the topics of dying, grief and bereavement when working in inpatient or community settings.
Childhood Bereavement Network provide resources to support bereavement services during the pandemic, including adapting services, managing resources, and supporting grieving children and families the outbreak.
Age UK provide guidance on arranging and/or attending a funeral during the coronavirus outbreak.
Childhood Bereavement Network provide guidance for adults supporting grieving children and young people during this outbreak.
Age UK provide guidance on how to cope with a range of feelings after the death of a loved one, including fear, anger and guilt.
Cruse Bereavement Care have created a range of resources to share how bereavement and grief may be affected by this pandemic.