Network & Events

Everyone who has an interest in, or curiosity about, our work is welcome to join our Network. Our Network currently includes carers, funeral celebrants, nurses, mortuary managers, death doulas, mums, hospice volunteers, interested people, midwives, bereavement officers, artists, counsellors, clergy…

To join the network and receive occasional newsletters and details of events please subscribe to our mailing list at the bottom of the page. Check our facebook page too.

We are currently looking for ways to network, especially with celebrants and end of life companions, and to let local people know who is available in their area. 

Upcoming Events

After the Last Breath Course


Autumn 2024

Plants and Herbal Medicine for the Daisy Days

online 15 October 2024 7pm

Online Network Gatherings

We arrange online network gatherings, often inviting network members to share their knowledge. We are always delighted to have special guests too. Upcoming events are advertised on this website, our facebook page and in network email newsletters.  Join our network to keep in touch.

Click on the photos to watch a recording of the sessions.

Network Activity

We hold occasional in-person events for mutual support and inspiration. 

Introductory Workshops

We hold friendly and informative workshops for anyone who is interested in caring at home for someone who has died. A group from Highlands, Fife and Edinburgh enjoy a well earned lunch break after a demonstration of some practicalities.

Our Daisy Chain Around Scotland

If you are interested in being actively involved with the charity’s work in your local area, why not become a volunteer member of our Daisy Chain.  You can publicise our work and give advice to people making plans or making arrangements for someone’s death. Click here to find out more about becoming a member of our Daisy Chain .

Thank you for contributing towards the essential costs of our charity. We depend on donations to keep the charity running for the benefit of everyone in Scotland, and beyond.

If you are currently a UK taxpayer please  complete a gift aid declaration to boost your donation by 25p for every £1 you donate. Email this form to

Slow Down When Someone Dies

by Lin Carruthers and Kate Clark

Do the lights go out when someone dies? Are you in the dark about what to do when a person takes their last breath? This life-affirming guide encourages and enables you to explore the options for everyone involved.

It is currently available in paperback and eBook format. It is also available as a pdf by donation from

We are working on making it available in local bookshops in June 2023.

Buy online from Lulu
Buy online from Amazon

This module explores an approach to preparing for your Daisy Days which takes account of yourself and also those central to your life. It covers who can legally make arrangements for you, how to begin, the influences on decisions, explorative conversations, and gives step-by-step guidance to write your “After My Last Breath” letter.

You will receive a link to:

  • watch the module video (approx 30 mins)
  • download the video transcript
  • download an illuminating exercise
  • access other useful resources.

The “Buy Module” button below takes you to PayPal, where you can pay via your PayPal account or use a credit/debit card as a guest. Once you have paid, click on the “Return to Seller” button at the bottom of the page and you will be taken directly to the Module webpage.

To be able to access the materials in the future, you need to store the Module webpage address. Your PayPal receipt gives this address in the Description field. Once on the Module webpage you can give your email address to receive the webpage address by email too.

For further information contact