Diealog Community

Grass Roots Up: Who we are and What we stand for

Grass Roots Up: Who we are and What we stand for

GENEROUS SELF-ORGANISING –   Here is a snapshot from out of the many people who give their time to help make the Diealog NETWORK live and flourish.   Max Mackay-James – Max is a 65 year old GP doctor who helped found the Diealog project in 2012 and actively supports its “Supporting Each other for… Continue Reading

Diealog Community: Our Shared Values

Diealog Community: Our Shared Values

  KINDNESS and Grass Roots Up COLLABORATION are our top core values.   Here are more values we share: Courage. Courage to care, and look death in the eye, and supporting each other for life. Humility. To the challenge of living well right to the very end. To those on whose shoulders we stand. And to those who… Continue Reading

Diealog Community: Free Affiliate Scheme for working together

Diealog Community: Free Affiliate Scheme for working together

FREE AFFILIATE SCHEME, Terms & Conditions for working together: 1. People who sign up to this agreement are entitled to: • Use the Diealog name for your events. • Post events to our website. • Talk to the press and broadcast on media as an affiliate of Diealog. 2. By posting the story of your… Continue Reading

Diealog Community: Code of Practice for working together

Diealog Community: Code of Practice for working together

This guide is a Code of Practice for those who are looking to host or run Diealog engagement events, run support groups, educational workshops, or any activities involving conversations about dying, end of life care and death using the Diealog name. However, everybody is welcome to read this whoever you are. As well as reading… Continue Reading

Diealog Community: a generous self-organising network

Diealog Community: a generous self-organising network

    The Diealog Community is not an official organisation! So what are we? Call us ‘a community movement for social change, driven by values, by and with local people’.    We share a relationship-centered approach to caring and supporting each other. We start with the HUMAN VALUES of kindness and generosity.  We combine this with the… Continue Reading

Ground-rules for being in a Diealog Group

Ground-rules for being in a Diealog Group

CONFIDENTIALITY, RESPECT and 8 more Ground-rules: Traditionally in a support group ‘what is said in the room stays in the room’ and we keep confidential what others say or do. This includes not talking to anybody else afterwards about who has been in the group and what was discussed, unless permission is given by an… Continue Reading