When an ambulance worker passes away, it can have a devastating impact on their colleagues, family, and friends. TASC’s bereavement support services can provide a helping hand during this very difficult and confusing time.
For many in the ambulance services, your colleagues are like your extended family, and when someone dies, it can have an enormous impact on everyone.
If your team has recently suffered a bereavement, TASC can provide a range of support, from providing information to arranging a tailored one-off counselling drop-in day in your local office or station.Talk to us about supporting your team
TASC can provide information, advice, and bereavement counselling to the close family members of ambulance staff who have passed away. We can also support the family members of staff who’ve recently left the service due to a terminal illness.Contact us to find out more
We’re proud to host an online Roll of Honour to commemorate those who have lost their lives while in service.Visit our Roll of Honour
Since our inception in 2015, TASC has organised and hosted the National Ambulance Memorial Service to pay tribute to our ambulance family members no longer with us.Learn more about the memorial service
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