PIF member Marie Curie has launched 3 new British Sign Language (BSL) versions of its videos on grief.

More than 150,000 people in the UK use BSL. 

Marie Curie wanted to add BSL interpretations to some of its core video resources.

The aim was for more people to access the videos and associated support services.

The charity, which offers care and support to people through terminal illness, first adapted its video What to expect at the end of life to include BSL.

This version was so well received it commissioned 3 further BSL adaptations of its existing videos about grief. These are now available on the Marie Curie YouTube channel. 

The original videos embedded on the Marie Curie website are also due to be replaced by the BSL versions. 

In the films, Dan, Tasneem, Ella and Tina share their personal experiences of grief.

The films aim to help people who are grieving understand their own feelings and experiences, and identify support. 

They can also help family and friends who are supporting someone who is grieving.