The second phase of public consultation on assisted dying proposals has been launched and will run for a 12-week period until Saturday 14 January 2023.
Islanders are being asked to put forward their views on how an Assisted Dying Service in Jersey can be delivered. The full consultation report, summary and accessible versions can be found at www.gov.je/assisteddyingwww.gov.je/assisteddying.
If you would like to participate in the consultation but can’t access the survey on-line, please contact us on 864689 and ask to speak to Sarah who will be able to assist you. Alternatively email Sarah on [email protected]
EYECAN is Jersey’s only charity focused solely on supporting Islanders with sight impairment. We work closely with all age groups, from infants through to the elderly, enabling people with a sight impairment and their families to benefit from social events, activities and tailored support.
The Society is registered with the Jersey Charity Commission Registration Number 244; the Association of Jersey Charities registration number 109 and is registered with the Jersey Financial Services Commission as a non-profit organisation number 362