JAN 2021 UPDATE
Whilst in Tier 4 we are continuing to follow on-going government guideline updates relating to Covid 19, Edward’s Trust is currently not offering face to face support to our families, but we continue to offer telephone support for our counselling and well-being services during this period. We have done a thorough risk assessment and implemented the necessary safety measures to ensure that we are all as safe as possible. Our Covid19 guidelines for clients can be found here. Please read and adhere to these when we return to face to face support in the building.
Please be assured that we will offer the best support to our clients that this different way of working will allow.
Should you need to contact us, please do so either by telephone 0121 454 1705; email email@example.com
Please watch our website and social media pages for further updates. (Facebook, & Twitter @edwardstrust)
For further information and advice regarding Coronavirus please visit the NHS site at https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/
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For 30 years Edward’s Trust have been supporting bereaved families
Edward’s Trust was set up in 1989 by Peter and Hilary Dent in memory of their son Edward, who died aged 7 of cancer at Birmingham Children’s Hospital. 30 years later the Trust still continues to provide much needed support to bereaved families.
Edward’s Trust provides holistic family bereavement services supporting children, young people and parents across the West Midlands. We provide support to parents bereaved, or about to bereaved, of their son or daughter – whatever the age of their child. We also provide support to children and young people of school age who are bereaved, or are about to be bereaved, of a parent, significant carer or sibling.
A ‘Wellbeing in Bereavement’ service includes complementary therapies and respite bereavement care for bereaved parents and carers. Training and consultation for professionals working with bereaved families or families who are about to be bereaved.
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