Story: Death and dying
Page 7 – External links and sources
More links and websites
The official website of the Funeral Directors Association of New Zealand, which includes information about what to do when someone dies.
NALAG is a voluntary non-profit organisation which promotes education, support and research on issues relating to death, loss and grief.
A New Zealand not-for-profit organisation providing support for children, young people and their families facing loss, trauma and grief.
More suggestions and sources
Schafer, Cyril. 'Dead serious? Funeral directing in New Zealand.' Sites 4, no.1 (2007): 95–121.
Schwass, Margot, ed. Last words: approaches to death in New Zealand's cultures and faiths. Wellington: Bridget Williams Books with the Funeral Directors Association of New Zealand, 2005.
Tonkin, Lois. Everybody hurts sometimes: a book about grief for children and teenagers. Christchurch: Port Hills Press, 1997.
Tonkin, Lois. Understanding grief: a guide for people dealing with the death of someone close. Wellington: Cancer Society of New Zealand, 2001.