- Parent Category: Blog
- Published: 17 May 2015
DeadSocial have released a new resource to help the general public think about, address and start sorting out their digital legacy.
This is the first ever-physical leaflet (that we know of) that has been produced and circulated to address this increasingly important area. Five steps to sort out your Digital Legacy has been designed and printed ahead Dying Matters Awareness Week (18 - 24 May 2015.).
The material has been made available in both English and Welsh to help ensure the widest possible reach across the UK:
Download and share the flyer in English (PDF) by clicking here
Download and share the flyer in Welsh (PDF) by clicking here
Providing ‘Five steps to sort out your Digital Legacy today’ to the community you serve.
We welcome those working within a hospital, hospice, funeral or end of life sector to use and share this guide. There are three ways of doing so:
- Download the flyer (PDF) in either English or Welsh and print it on your home or work printer. We do not mind you doing this (the more people who attain support from it the better). These can be printed as both flyers and informative posters.
- Send us £50 (to cover costs) and we will print and deliver 100 high quality A5 flyers to the address stated. To do so get in touch.
- Head over to one of the events below and pick up a bundle for free:
- 18th May - Dying Matters Awareness Week 2015 Annual Debate (tickets not available)
- 20th May - Funeral Roadshow at St Christopher's Hospice, London (link)
- 21st May - Byw Nawr Launch Event, Science Hub, Welsh Assembly, Wales - (info)
- 22nd May - Byw Nawr Launch Event, Connah's Quay Health Centre Deesude Clwyd , Wales - (info)
- 23rd May - Digital Legacy Conference 2015 at UCL Partners, London (Free tickets here)
A big "thank you"
We would like to give a big "THANK YOU" to Joe Levenson, Matt Lloyd, Bethan Jones Parry, Mark Taubert, Vivienne Collins and Veronica Snow for your time and support.
DeadSocial have provided guidelines, tutorials and tools for the general public, healthcare professionals and those working within the end of life sector since 2012. Our best practice frameworks have been utilised by the general public and adopted across various sectors. If you would like to work with us or simply have a coffee get in touch.
About Dying Matters
Dying Matters aims to raise public awareness about the importance of talking openly about dying, death and bereavement and of making end of life wishes known. It is led by the National Council for Palliative Care.
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You may also be interested in
- Our leaflet for GPs, doctors surgeries and primary care workers (click here)
- DeadSocial’s acitivity during Dying Matters Awareness Week 2015 (click here)
- Free tickets for the Digital Legacy Conference 2015 (click here)