Join a Community Conversation about What Matters Most to you? 

Community Conversations is an education session for members of the community, who are interested in learning more about community supports and services available to people in relation to ageing, loss, dying and grief.  

In these informal sessions, we provide information and resources to help people think about and then share what’s important to them. We will answer any questions you have about death, dying and grief in a safe and friendly space. 

We want to support the community to increase its confidence in starting conversations around end-of-life, and supporting those in their end-of-life experience.   

Topics covered include; navigating end-of-life matters, dying as being a normal part of life and advance care planning. 

We are seeking
expressions of interest if you would like to host one in your place of work or community, online or face-to-face. 

To find out more, contact Megan Asbury, Deputy CEO Palliative Care NSW at or 0400 890 092.


Community Conversations Flyer

Activities and events of interest

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The Community Conversations project is supported by funding from NSW Ministry of Health and our local partners across NSW. 

Feedback from attendees

“Excellent printed materials which will be very useful.”

“Everything was very good. I will be passing on this information to family and friends.”

“Very informative and helpful, left feeling more informed about Palliative Care. Booklets were good!”

“Lots of information I didn’t know.”

“More sessions please!”

“Something to be talked about.”

Community Conversations Expression of Interest

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