Death or Grief Education for Groups
Specialized education for the health care, and service industry
- 2 hr2 hours
- Education takes place in-person or on-line
This seminar/workshop is designed for those who are involved with hands-on care of the dying, such as nurses, doctors, personal support workers, paramedics, fire fighters, police officers, social workers, chaplains, nutritionists, diagnostic testing specialists, recreation therapists, health aids, and administrative personnel. Objective of the seminar is to improve our care for the dying and to practice and contemplate ways for staff to feel confident, supported, cared for, and equipped to meet the needs of patients/clients and themselves. Education sessions can be tailored to meet the time limits of the organization. This workshop teaches the health care and service industry topics rarely discussed in the formalized educational environment that prepares these professions for the important work they provide. Trained for saving lives and preventing disease or dysfunction, what do you do in situations that seem hopeless? How do you provide care in that setting? Does anything change in the way you provide care? How do you help someone have a good death? Topics and concepts discussed and practiced include death and grief sustained from many different types of losses such as: life, relationship, ability, job, home, status...
317 Tamarack Street, Timmins, ON, Canada