Living After A Loss

Helping People Focus On Living After A Loss

People from Regard dealing with living after loss

Staff at a residential service for people with enduring mental health problems in Frindsbury, near Strood in Kent, have been praised by their manager and the families of people who live there for the bereavement support they provided when one of their house-mates passed on. 

Seventy-three-year-old Raymond Coote, who died in hospital following a severe stroke, had lived at Orchard View for three years, and was a very popular individual.  

Service manager John Henderson said: “Raymond’s funeral was held on 21 December with many of the people we support at Orchard View in attendance, and they were clearly affected by their loss.