ALL of our literature is available free of charge and there is no charge for delivery.
REVISED What to do when someone dies A practical guide
This is a 40 page A5 sized booklet which provides practical information for the bereaved from the moment of death, through the issuing of a medical certificate or referral to a coroner, registration, thinking about a funeral and on to informing organisations of the death and dealing with money matters. The unique feature of this publication is that it gives space for the bereaved to make notes beside the information sections, making this a practical workbook. You can see a downloadable colour version of the booklet via this page. Please do not download multiple copies - we can send you professionally printed copies free of charge.
A number of organisations that already provided their own literature have chosen to use this booklet together with their existing resource because bereaved people have reported finding it so helpful.
This publication is updated on a regular basis to take account of changes in legislation and other services so please only order what you know you will use in the next few months.
[This booklet is also available to organisations who may wish to have their own logo on the cover - please contact us if this is of interest. This service does incur a charge.]
A step by step guide to probate
This ITC publication is available for any bereaved family who contacts us and prefers hard copy to the download version available here.
These wallet sized cards give details of how to contact us together with reasons why people might find it helpful to get in touch. Popular with community staff because they are extremely compact.
Gives information about our service and how to contact us. Useful in any context. The colour scheme means this will be clearly visible so can be used on a notice board.
A5 Flyers - healthcare sector
Gives information about our service and how to contact us on one side. The reverse has a small grid for the bereaved to note key appointments. Most useful soon after a death.
Please note these flyers do not carrry the 'provided by ITC' notification.
We can also supply free of charge, clear acrylic stands for the flyers and cards. Flyer stand - holds about 100 generic flyers and 200 healthcare sector flyers
Card stand - holds about 25 cards
Advance decisions (directive) and statement
This is a docuemnt for people to give instructions about their preferences for life-saving and care preferences when they are no longer in a position to give verbal instructions or consent. This has been written with the help of clinical staff. Available to download free of charge from this page in either a colour of black and white format. Only available from our website.
Advance funeral wishes
Allows someone to state their preferences for the conduct of their funeral. This is something often appreciated by bereaved people who are reassured to know they are carrying out the wishes of the person who has died. A written form can often assist in guiding these difficult conversations. Available here in both colour and black and white versions. Only available from our website.
Palliative Care Home Equipment Register
Designed to help home carers keep track of equipment that may have been supplied to support palliative care at home with contact details so that easy return can be facilitated when the equipment is no longer needed. Available in colour or black and white, this is available here.
Depending on what is ordered, delivery may be from our offices or direct from our printers. Please allow up to 14 days for delivery and provide a contact phone number.
ORDER - click here for our order form or call us on 01789 265077.