‘End of life’ arts project

*** UPDATE ***

Thursday 1 October, 2 pm
Talk: Transforming conversations
Kaye Stevens shares the story of the MNDA’s groundbreaking ‘end of life guide’, transforming conversations between patients and families and the people that care for them.

The Island Gallery, Bridewell Street, Bristol BS1 2LE

For more info visit – http://whendeathcomes.uk/?p=13


handJoin the MNDA’s Care Information Manager, Kaye Stevens as she talks about the MNDA’s groundbreaking ‘End of life guide‘ – how it was developed, how it is being used, and how it can support difficult conversations.

Her talk forms part of a wider series of events and activities running from 16 September to 11 October 2015 called When death comes: creative conversations about dying and living.

‘When death comes’ is organised by Philippa Bayley, whose mother Sabine passed away from MND in 2013. Philippa’s photograph of Sabine’s hand (above) and Sabine’s ceramic piece ‘The little bird girl’ are pictured.

bird-girlThe aim is to provide a creative space and series of events where people can think about, talk about, and create work about dying and living, taking inspiration from Sabine’s creative life.

Philippa would welcome contributions from and connections to people touched by MND.

We hope you will be able to support this project by coming along to the exhibition and/or one of the events. Click on the link below to find out more: whendeathcomes.uk.