Maximising comfort and well-being in the last months and days of life

About the course

This online session addresses how we recognise when someone is entering the last months and days of life. It explains what holistic care means as well as exploring the key ingredients to managing symptoms and difficulties. It is the small acts that make the big difference.

Providing quality care in the last months/days/hours of life is crucial to the well-being of not just the person but to those important to them. These last memories will live on so we have one chance to get it right for those who are left bereaved and are lost, and for you, caring for them. It is important for everyone to know what they can individually do to enable the best quality care at the end of life.

This course will be cross-referenced with national policies and competencies so you will be able to transfer your learning when and whether you move to a new work environment.

Who is this course aimed at?

All professionals (including care workers, domestics, cleaners, chefs/cooks) who work in an environment that supports people who are nearing the end of life.

Where next?

Each session can be attended as a stand alone or in conjunction with one another to create a whole course:

Any other requirements?

Access to PC/Tablet with Wi-Fi


Gina King

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