Galaru – Creativity & Bereavement

 

This month, we’re launching Galaru – a new project that offers creative activities to support bereavement for staff, patients and our wider community. #ABUHBGalaru

 

Galaru Logo

We’re encouraging staff, patients and visitors at the Grange University Hospital to take a mindful moment and make an origami butterfly. Individual kits are available from The Chapel at GUH and have instructions and paper to make butterflies for reflection or remembrance.

 

 


butterfly pack

We will be offering butterflies at all of our Hospital sites in the future and will be developing more activities throughout the year, offering doorstep journals, remote creative sessions and outside activities.

 

If you would like more information, please contact Sarah.Goodey@wales.nhs.uk

 

Galaru – the welsh for ‘to grieve’ is an arts and health project supported by Ffrind I Mi, the ABUHB Care after Death Team, Organisational Development, the ABUHB Chaplaincy Team, Head4Arts and Gwent Arts in Health.

 

For support or advice about bereavement, the ABUHB Chaplaincy service can be reached on 01633 493402 or the Care After Death (CAD) team on 01443 802406.

 

The project has been funded by Nourish – Arts and Health funding from Ylab (NESTA).