Losing a loved one is hard enough to process as an adult, but how do children manage the trauma? The coronavirus pandemic has caused devastation across the globe. Governments have implemented strict lockdown regulations in order to try to curb the spread of the virus, which has also impacted on… Read more »
It’s time to address your Estate planning ‘Estate Planning’, it’s something that we put off. Perhaps because we don’t feel like we have an ‘estate‘ or perhaps our ‘estate’ is too complex. Some have lodged a will 20 years ago, the majority of us still haven’t ever got around to… Read more »
“Social distancing” is now a household term worldwide. That’s great if you and your family are all geared up with technology such as mobile phones, tablets, computers and WiFi to keep connected with the rest of the world. But what about the thousands of grandparents who are left isolated, confused… Read more »
As Australia prepares for the COVID-19 crisis in the months ahead, I urge colleagues in the aged care sector to include advance care planning in their preparations. The Australian Health Management Plan for Pandemic Influenza 2019 cites the importance of Advance Care Directives as part of a coordinated response. Given… Read more »
Bereavement Counselling is conducted by a trained counsellor who helps you through grief and bereavement usually following the death of a loved one.