Choosing a dignified death

Amanda Ward, Chief Executive of Friends at the End, sets out her thoughts on end of life choices and a dignified death.

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It is deeply upsetting that supporting a loved one’s choice to die can carry such risks. Thankfully the senior coroner showed compassion and understanding- “[Ralph] died peacefully at his home with his wife and son at his side.”…

About 3 days ago from Friends at the End's Twitter

Who are we?

Friends at the End believe that medically assisted dying should be available to all mentally competent adults with either a terminal illness or an incurable condition, causing hopeless and unbearable suffering with no reasonable alternative to relieve it, provided this is their own persistent request.

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Friends at the End are a Scottish Charity promoting knowledge and understanding of end of life choices and campaigning to change the law to allow Assisted Dying in Scotland and across the UK.

What can you do to help?

There are a number of things you can do to help us to promote awareness of individual’s rights to a good death within the current legal framework and to help us extend the options available through campaigning for the legalisation of Assisted Dying, these include:

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