This course is aimed at care staff to provide an introduction into end of life care. Death and dying is rarely talked about within society and is still considered to be a taboo subject. Although we are getting better, we still need to encourage honest and open conversations in order that we can meet the multiple needs of residents and their close family and friends. We have one chance to get it right and through recognising the importance of planning, we are able to more fully understand the wishes and preferences that will allow a person to die a “good death”.
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Care Quality Health Training - Newton with Scales, Preston, Lancashire.
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This course is aimed at care staff to provide an introduction into end of life care.
The course content:
The course is divided into four modules and includes an assessment at the end:
• What end of life means
• How to plan for end of life
• Physical and emotional changes
• Management of symptoms
A certificate of attendance is awarded on completion of the course; this is subject to satisfaction of the instructor and at the end of the course assessments..
Course fee: £150 including a maximum of 12 staff members