Here's a summary of some of the latest at Luna Foundation
At Luna we do our absolute best to make sure we find the right words to talk about suicide bereavement, while also being aware that there will never be one single phrase that is right for everyone.
The Kent and Medway Mental Health and Wellbeing Community Fund supported by Kent County Council, Medway Council and NHS Kent and Medway has funded Luna to deliver a series of three-hour online training sessions in February and March.
We’ll be running more Luna Lived Experience Network information sessions for those who lost parent to suicide as a child or young person in the future but we wanted to address one of the big questions that came up in the run up to last month’s online gathering.
Luna Foundation CEO Anna Wardley is calling for better support for children who lose a parent to suicide, starting with a campaign to count the children impacted by parental suicide, launched in a programme recorded for BBC Radio 4.
Luna Foundation’s CEO Anna Wardley has been invited to contribute to the Department for Health and Social Care’s new Suicide Prevention Plan for England.
Luna Foundation CEO Anna Wardley, has been presented with The Churchill Fellowship’s Viscount De L’Isle Award by Sir Winston Churchill’s grandson, Sir Nicholas Soames.
Recently our CEO Anna Wardley spent three days on an intensive Sound Delivery media residential in Leamington Spa as part of the Sound Delivery Spokesperson Programme 2022.