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We are currently developing links to the wider support available within Cornwall including independant businesses and services.
Cornwall Bereavement Network do not endorse any of these businesses or groups by listing them. We do not take responsibility for the quality or delivery of their services in any way.
We would always encourage anyone seeking support through any of these links to carefully carry out research about them before parting with any money.
As a minimum we expect anyone listed here to be a member of a professional bodies relevant to their industry or service (links to these bodies are at the top of each page). We also expect them to subscribe to the Bereavement Care Service Standards 2014 as a benchmark against which to evaluate their service.
We would additionally expect any bereavement groups to provide support to the highest standard and in line with national guidelines;
These new guidelines from members of the National Bereavement Alliance and the Support after Suicide Partnership are for individuals and organisations wishing to start a bereavement support group for adults. The main body of the guidelines is generic, addressing the practical issues of setting up a support group, whether peer facilitated or delivered by professionals. Separate sections covering specific types of bereavement support groups are also included.
For more information please visit the National Bereavement Alliance
Any support to children and young people following bereavement should be provided in line with national guidance produced by The Childhood Bereavement Network