How planning and anticipating what the future holds, can help the person at the end of life now.

About the course

This virtual session (with active participation) offers you the opportunity to explore advance care planning alternatively known as planning ahead. This is where the individual is enabled to think about what they would like and want to happen in the future and equally what they don’t want to happen. This means they will still have choice and control even when they are unable to speak for themselves.

Examining advance care planning will show you how it can be put into manageable terms so it can be applied to everyday practice. This results in you and the individual communicating together on planning and anticipating what the future holds to support them at the end of life now. Blended in, will be the knowledge on how the Mental Capacity Act and human rights supports this process.

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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