The Cheshire Living Well, Dying Well (CLWDW) Public Health Programme (lead partners St. Luke's (Cheshire) Hospice, Macmillan Cancer Support and the local Public Health Teams) aims to improve health and wellbeing by normalising death and dying in society, breaking down taboos and supporting a change in public knowledge, attitude and behaviour so that people consider, discuss and plan for end of life throughout their lives.
Cheshire Living Well, Dying Well Partnership has been established to enable effective multi-agency response and support for the Cheshire Living Well, Dying Well Public Health Programme of Work and the needs of local communities in Cheshire East and Cheshire West and Chester.
The programme recognises that natural death is part of the human life cycle and that discussing and recording end of life wishes can help individuals, families and communities to make healthy choices to live well and die well.
There are a variety of awareness and training workshops available for personal and professional development that can be delivered in the community and the workplace. Please contact the CLWDW Programme Team to find out more.