When is it?
What will I learn?
- Identify changes as someone approaches end of life
- Improve your patients’ comfort and dignity
- Use a multidisciplinary approach
Where is it?Hospice in The Weald
Good end-of-life care is tailored to the person who needs it. By understanding the changes that can be expected as someone approaches the end of life, you will equip yourself to best comprehend and respect their wishes. The aim is to ensure the person being cared for is as comfortable as possible at all times and that their families feel fully supported. You will find out, for instance, how to draw up a personalised care plan, what is best practice when it comes to multi-disciplinary working and what practical steps can be taken to improve a patient’s comfort and preserve his or her dignity. End of Life Care Skills are so important and by getting it right you can help to make a big difference to the patient, their family members and carers.
Who is this course for?
Health and social care professionals, and support and care workers from all settings who have direct contact with patients, clients and residents approaching end of life.