Judy Carole

Alchemy topics


Areas of expertise

  • Coping with stress and avoiding burnout
  • End of life companionship
  • Training and workshops in all end of life issues
  • Care management
  • Grief in the workplace – avoiding the pitfalls

About the author

Judy Carole is the Director and founder of End of Life Management Ltd (ELM), an umbrella organisation for all non medical end of life care.

Judy lived in Israel for twenty two years running her own estate agency. She returned to England in 2001 and volunteered at the Sue Ryder hospice for eighteen months, and at the same time was a companion to two terminally ill women. She went on to pass an Open University course in death, dying and bereavement and became the registered manager of a domiciliary care agency which she ran for two years achieving her NVQ4 in care management.

Judy is an associate trainer with Age Concern and a freelance trainer in caring for people with dementia, grief and loss, and end of life care; she is an accredited bereavement counsellor and also a volunteer with Samaritans.

Some recent clients

  • Age Concern
  • BUPA
  • Together (leading charity for mental health)
  • Martlet Housing Association
  • The Regard Partnership


End of life – the essential guide

Forward written by Ciaran Devane (CEO of MacMillan Cancer Support), who said: There is much wisdom in the pages of this book. It offers practical advice in a caring way and it is hard to say any of it is more or less important than the rest… Those of us who want to improve end of life care must understand some of the critical things which can have a disproportionately significant impact on whether someone has a good death or not.

The book has been short listed to receive an award at the British Medical Association Awards Dinner in September 2011.

Judy has also had an article printed in Nursing and Residential Care magazine on end of life care for people with dementia in January 2010 and was a studio guest at BBC Surrey and Sussex in September discussing her book. She was invited back to the studio in October to talk about grief.