Bereavement support in Barnsley – help shape future services

Barnsley Council’s Public Health team wants to hear about resident’s experience of losing a loved one, in order to shape future bereavement support services for children, young people and families in Barnsley.

Bereavement affects people differently, and some people may find they need extra support to help them cope.

Cllr Jim Andrews, Cabinet Spokesperson for Public Health, said: “If you live in Barnsley and have been affected by the death of a loved one in the last five years, you can help us by answering 10 short questions, which will inform how we provide services in the future.

“If you are a parent, we would be grateful if you could also answer the questions on behalf of the support received by your child or children during a time of bereavement.

The survey can be accessed here:

All answers will be anonymous.

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