Responding to Loss and Grief
Aged Care workers need high level skills in relating to people that are suffering loss and are stricken by grief.
One of the most challenging times as an aged care worker is when you are working with residents and families that are responding to loss and grief. Handling this situation with confidence, skill and expertise is a fundamental need for staff in the aged care environment.
A training workshop in this area will cover :
- Understanding grief as a normal response to loss
- Understanding loss and grief for the dying person, family members and friends
- The staff role in supporting dying and bereaved clients
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