Every country, society and culture have different approaches to life and death.
In Cornwall England, an NODAC (No One Dies Alone Cornwall) received money to enhance and reshape EOL Care and to help families and professionals meet the needs of caring for their loved ones.
NODAC will use the funds to provide free spots for retreats to help people walk through navigating a loved one with terminal illness. This is amazing, as it shows the willingness of a few, to want to share these important conversation are invaluable and needed to support others in these profound life stages of life.
I have volunteered for NODA in the United States, and am a death doula and grief facilitator, and I see the benefits of such a program. Ask your council members or congress person if they support such a cause. Lets see if we can begin to bring EOL experiences back into living.