Testimonials

"I was fortunate enough to be put in contact with Judy when my mother was first diagnosed with Vascular Dementia. She made a real bond with my mother, who is a very private person, but made her feel that she was still an important member of the family and valued.

Judy is a very giving person and was very thoughtful and caring towards my mother, I feel that she dealt with any situation in a very sensible and positive manner. I never felt the slightest qualm in leaving them together all day knowing that my mother was much more positive and happy by the end of a session with her.

I would not hesitate to recommend Judy in any caring environment. Her positive and sensitive attitude and general good sense always shine through."

H. Feeney
Chinnor
Oxon
 

Our Books

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End of Life: The Essential Guide to Caring

Ciaran Devane, CEO of Macmillan Cancer Support states ‘There is much wisdom in the pages of this book. It offers practical advice in a caring way and it is hard to say any of it is more or less important than the rest. But it is important that those of us who want to improve end of life care understand some of the critical things which can have a disproportionately significant impact on whether someone has a good death, or not.

End of Life the Essential Guide to Caring was Highly Recommended by the British Medical Association and awarded the Runner Up prize for the prestigious British Medical Association Public Understanding of Science Award in 2011.
 
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The Essential Guide to Life After Bereavement - Beyond Tomorrow

The period following the death of a loved one can be a time of great turmoil. This sensitive book acts as a supportive road  map through the initial period of loss and through the weeks and months that follow, addressing not only the emotional and spiritual aspects of bereavement but also the practical considerations that are often overlooked.