Jane Duncan Rogers

Losing a Parent

What will happen to your kids?

By Jane Duncan Rogers / August 14, 2020 /

What will happen to your kids? Getting your head around what will happen to your kids if you should die unexpectedly is a biggie.

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Interview with Silver Tent TV

By Jane Duncan Rogers / July 20, 2020 /

In this intimate interview Siobhan A Riordan of Silver Tent TV talks with Jane Duncan Rogers about the lessons she learnt accompanying her husband to end of life.

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How do I organise my old photos?

By Jane Duncan Rogers / July 7, 2020 /

How do I organise my old photos is something many have asked me about. It’s a great question, and very relevant for many of us of a certain age! And indeed if you are asking this question you are likely to have boxes/albums/files full of black and white photos, many of them not very good…

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How do I create a legacy book?

By Jane Duncan Rogers / June 22, 2020 /

There are only two lasting bequests we can hope to give our children. One of these is roots; the other, wings. Here’s how you can leave tangible memories for your children and grandchildren.

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In conversation with Dr Kathryn Mannix

By Jane Duncan Rogers / June 19, 2020 /

Watch or read a conversation about what dying is really like, and how best to plan for a good death, with Jane and Dr Kathryn Mannix, palliative care doctor and author of ‘With the End in Mind’

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Ariane Burgess & Jane Duncan Rogers: Chats About Life

By Jane Duncan Rogers / June 16, 2020 /

Jane joins Ariane Burgess to discuss how planning for death can be included in living a more sustainable life.

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Will Coronavirus Change Our Conversations About Death?

By Jane Duncan Rogers / May 20, 2020 /

A useful conversation set up by Compassion in Dying (UK), with several presenters, including a breast surgeon (who also has breast cancer); an intensive care anaesthetist; and a palliative care doctor.

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Do we really need to be frightened by death to fully appreciate life?

By Jane Duncan Rogers / May 17, 2020 /

We’ve become so far removed from death that when the effect of the pandemic began to hit hard, we were stunned and shocked. How dare this happen, to us, who are so used to being in charge of life?

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How to plan for the end of life – Dying Matters Week UK

By Jane Duncan Rogers / May 12, 2020 /

During Dying Matters week, I was delighted to be asked to post about just how you really DO plan – here are some pointers to get you going on your plan for the end of life.  Even more essential now in these days of the pandemic.

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Coping with the personal impact of multiple deaths and losses: for care home workers

By Jane Duncan Rogers / May 4, 2020 /

Jane talks about cumulative grief – and how to cope with the losses which are happening in care homes, and all over the world as a result of COVID-19.

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