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Bereavement & loss for adults with learning and physical disabilities

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All front line staff (registered and unregistered) who provide care for bereaved clients with learning disabilities.

Intended Audience Group
Palliative/End of Life Care
Aims and Objectives

Front line practitioners supporting adults service users with learning and/or physical disabilities

To raise awareness of how loss and bereavement affects us all and to enable carers to reflect on appropriate support for bereaved clients who have a range of learning/physical disabilities.

By the end of the session delegates will be able to:
• recognise the process of grief and how loss and bereavement affects us all
• draw on shared expertise on the impact of loss and bereavement on those with learning/physical disabilities
• demonstrate confidence in communicating and supporting bereaved vulnerable clients/service users
• explain the concept of self-care and ways to enable this in others

Luton Borough
Frequency / Length
Half day: one to two times per year
Resource / Organisation
Luton Council
Training delivered by:
Virtual & Instructor Led
Cost, Funded or Free
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