All of us will lose somebody dear to us. And in some cases, the grief can be debilitating.
That’s why a group of Shaftesbury volunteers has launched bereavement peer support sessions at the Abbey View Medical Centre.
Sasha Langton-Gilks’ 16-year-old son David died of a brain tumour. In the ten years since then, Sasha has been supporting people who have a child with a brain tumour, volunteering for the Headsmart charity. Sasha is co-hosting the events and tells Alfred what people can expect.
The meetings take place in Shaftesbury on the first Friday of every month at Abbey View between 5pm and 6.30pm.
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