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The web Directory of Information Materials for People Affected by Cancer is regularly updated and currently has details of over 1,900 booklets, leaflets, books and audiovisual materials for people affected by cancer. Most have been published in the last five years but we have included some older ones that are still useful.

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Planning for your funeral (February 2019)

Age UK

This factsheet highlights things to consider if you want to plan ahead and make financial and other arrangements for your funeral. It looks at options when deciding what type of funeral you want, ways to pay for a funeral, and information about organ donation. It may be helpful for people arranging a funeral. 

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Advance funeral wishes (July 2018)

Bereavement Advice Centre

This checklist allows someone to state their preferences for the conduct of their funeral.

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What to do when someone dies. A practical guide (July 2018)

Bereavement Advice Centre

Guidance on what to do when someone dies.

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After someone dies - coping with bereavement (March 2018)

Macmillan Cancer Support

Coping with the death of someone close to you involves dealing with difficult feelings and emotions, as well as practical tasks that have to be done. This booklet is for the relatives and friends of anyone who has died from cancer. It gives you some practical information about what to do and what to expect when someone dies. It also looks at some of the emotions you may have, and the support that can help. 

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Thinking about your funeral (2016)

CHANGE

An easy read booklet about what a funeral is and things you might want to plan for your funeral, such as the music or who should come. 

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Preparing for your death. A guide for people with learning difficulties and their carers. (2014)

Family Advice and Information Resource

This booklet is for people with learning difficulties. Using illustrations and simple language it looks at topics such as the changes that may happen at the end of life, planning ahead and making funeral arrangements.

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When someone has died - advice for those who are left behind. A guide for people with learning difficulties and their carers. (2014)

Family Advice and Information Resource

This booklet is for people with learning difficulties. Using illustrations and simple language it explains what needs to be done after someone dies. It also covers bereavement.

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Looking forward to your funeral (2013)

Wolmanstock Ltd

This booklet has been written to enable you to plan your own funeral in advance and to record what you want to happen.

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Things to do before you die (2020)

Hospice UK|Dying Matters

Things to think through so that you and your loved ones will have fewer things to worry about when you are dying: make a will; make a funeral plan; start planning for your future care and support; kake your thoughts on organ donation known; manage your digital legacy; make sure your loved ones know your plans.

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Planning ahead. Thinking about your care and wishes ahead of time (July 2019)

Marie Curie

You may not feel like planning when you’re ill, but thinking about the future now and making your wishes known will help you feel more in control. It can also help those close to you handle your affairs if you aren’t able to. This booklet has information about some of the things you might want to think about, like deciding where and how you want to be cared for, or making a Will. 

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