Gentle Dusk Training for Those Supporting People with Learning Disabilities
Talking about dying and planning ahead can help people receive the care they want. It also give them a greater sense of control and can help to make things easier for family and carers.
By the end of the course you will be able to:
- Explain the meaning of planning for the last years of life and why we need it;
- Discuss why it can be difficult to talk about dying and end of life care with those who have a learning disability;
- Discuss how end of life wishes can be recorded in an advance care plan and explain your role in the advance care planning process;
- Use a range of strategies and skills to initiate conversations about planing for end of life and support those with learning disabilities to put plans in place.
“Really brilliant training and so important and useful for our client group. All staff should do it!" Participant from Centre 404
“Please do more of these trainings to create awareness. It does solve a lot of issues when things are planned” Participant from Elfrida Society
Cost: £100 per person