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LIFE LESSONS

“If life is a school, loss is a major part

of the curriculum." - Elisabeth Kübler-Ross

“Grief is like a deep lake—we want to teach you

how to swim before you fall in.” - Judith Wester

Welcome to CEDAR,

Community Education in Death Awareness & Resources (CEDAR) was created to help people understand, accept and respond to death appropriately within their families, workplaces, neighbourhoods and communities. Whether or not you are bereaved, talking about death and loss to one another does not have to be difficult, uncomfortable or frightening. Once you learn how, it can be rewarding and fulfilling. CEDAR is here to help you do just that.

COMMUNITY EDUCATION IN DEATH AWARENESS & RESOURCES

Based in Shropshire, we give talks at community events, volunteer organisations, and health & wellbeing festivals.

We have classes for everyone from the professional or parent/carer to the young person with our Life Lessons.

Our shop helps us raise money for the Life Lessons and community work we do. You’re not just buying an item – you’re making a difference too.

FAQ-Home Page

Frequently Asked Questions

This section will guide you through some of the questions we are often asked about what death education is and who should take a class. You can even ask your own questions for a later day and come back to find the answer!

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Learning Packs for Schools

CEDAR is developing special death education programmes for schools. These evidence-based programmes have been proven to be effective and important to young people. Find out more here.

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The CEDAR Youth Advisory Team

Find out about our Youth Advisory Team and what they do. This peer-to- peer mentoring scheme takes the form of learning packs for secondary schools. Learn more about how to get some for your school here.

CEDAR  Education

CEDAR  Education  is  dedicated  to  teaching everyone  how  to  understand,  accept  and  respond to  death,  dying  and  loss  in  healthy  and appropriate  ways  with  clients,  patients,  students, and  in  personal  relationships.