Since March 2020, the pandemic has impacted almost all aspects of our lives and as you can imagine, life at Trinity has changed too. 

This year we have worked even harder to make sure those experiencing the devastating loss of someone they love were looked after. 

We’ve seen an increase in the number of people coming forward for bereavement support. Many of them are experiencing deep distress, trauma and profound psychological and emotional challenges, whether their loved one died from COVID-19 or from their existing illness.

Fiona Turnbull, one of our Senior Counsellors in the Patient and Family Support (PAFS) team at Trinity, explains how the pandemic has affected both bereaved people and the way our vital bereavement support is provided. You can read Fiona's blog to hear more about the remarkable difference her team has made.

Donate to our Christmas appeal

For many, Christmas is a special time for family reunions, but the festive period can also bring painful emotions for those recently bereaved and grieving. Our incredible Patient and Family Support team is available for people whose loved one was cared for by Trinity on the inpatient unit or in the community. Please do not hesitate to call us on 020 7787 1090

During this difficult time we have to be there for our patients and deliver bereavement support for their loved ones. Limited by lockdowns and social distancing measures, bereaved people need us more than ever.

Please donate to our Christmas Appeal 2020

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