All your information kept in one place, to help those you love care for you

If someone you know is getting old and frail, who is the person they would trust to tell them their driving is so bad they need to stop?

Or if they had an accident and had to be rushed to hospital, where would anyone find their medical details if they were too ill to provide them?

And where is their legal and financial information kept? 

When they die, do they want to be buried or cremated, have a church service, or a celebrant?

This handbook is where all this information can be kept, in one place, to help those we love and care for their friends and family.

There is no way of avoiding the sadness and anxiety that comes with a grave illness, old age and death but setting out how to deal with it can make it so much easier for everyone.

Dear Sally,
Just writing to give you some feedback regarding your book, ‘how to die happy’.
I work in palliative care and constantly encouraging patients and carers to discuss as a family, the important matters that everyone needs to address such as Wills funerals POA etc.
I have found your book to be very user-friendly.
A perfect size, easy to navigate and covers absolutely everything that needs to be addressed when a loved one is terminally ill or post death.
I have received positive feed back for this very reason.
It is a great reminder to us all. In fact it has also enticed some people to start acting on it in the absence of illness. 
It can be a huge relief for family to know what the patients personal wishes are and once completed, it is all about getting on with living.
Well done. 
Ruth, 21 April 2017


Here is an example of the information that will be stored in your handbook

Your personal details
Basic details about you which would be useful to your family and/or friends should you become incapacitated.

If you are unable to cope
Should you become very ill or incapacitated these are the people you have appointed or those who will be asked to take care of your affairs with due regard to you listed preferences.

Your family, friends and memberships
Detailed contact information for your family and friends plus your memberships to clubs and organisations.

Your healthcare
Your medical details should you need to go to hospital or receive any form of assisted care plus immediate primary contact information for your healthcare

Legal matters
This section covers your Will and powers of attorney but it is important to know that filling it out is not a substitute for creating legal documents

Your finances
Your finances covers a wide range of information including your accountant, financial advisor, banks and financial institutions, insurance, superannuation, income and investment management, tax and direct debit details

House and property
This section includes information regarding property assets and motor vehicles, utility and service providers.

When I die
'When I die' includes who to contact first when you die, your funeral preferences and your life story.

In an emergency
This important section sets out, in order, the people to contact and the things that need to be done and located should I become incapacitated or when I die.


  image of Sally Clark supplied courtesy The Warrnambool Standard
Dear Sally, I saw your book at the PF Post office and bought two copies, one for us and one for my parents. Congratulations I thought it was a wonderful idea and very well done. Brilliant!!! Everyone should have one and I will get some for my children too.  Thankyou, regards Kathryn.
How to Die Happy
hard copy  $12.95
includes postage and handling within Australia



How to Die Happy

digital edition  $4.95
provided as a PDF download e-book
How to Die Happy is available at special rates for bulk copies by contacting Sally Clark directly. 
View current bulk rates on our stockists page.
For enquiries about purchasing How to Die Happy:

Sally Clark

PO Box 102 Port Fairy 3284
t:   0409 434 821   int: 61