This year, we’re asking what it means to be #InAGoodPlace when you die.
Where people die is changing. More and more people have been dying at home in recent years. COVID-19 has seen this number surge upwards even further, with more than 1,000 extra people dying at home each week.
We know very little about these people’s experiences at the end of their lives, nor for those close to them.
There is no right or wrong place to die; it will be different for everyone. But the pandemic has proven that it is more important than ever for families to think about it, talk about it and to plan for it.