End of Life and Learning Disabilities
Dates: New dates coming soon, to register your interest please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Price: Fully funded by NHS Sussex – open to all Sussex employees in health and social care or £100 if you work outside of these areas to include all course materials.
Where: Virtually via Microsoft Teams
Suitable for health and social care professionals from all clinical settings wanting a broader understanding of this area.
‘People with learning disabilities experience increased levels of health inequality compared with the general population and, in end of life care, many die without having their individual preferences met, despite carers articulating these needs to those providing professional care’’ Graham (2020)
This virtual study day is to explore all aspects of end of life and leaning disabilities, including key themes in bereavement, with the following learning objectives:
- Understand the key ambitions in delivering high quality end of life care for people who have a learning disability and awareness of the NICE pathway
- Explore the context of end of life care and learning disabilities
- Exploration of breaking bad news and support in people with learning disabilities (including advance care planning)
- Principles of symptom management in learning disabilities
- Understand the key themes in bereavement and learning disabilities
It will also include signposting to resources available to health and social care professionals.
This course links to specific subject areas and tiers within the EoLC Core Skills Training Framework.
This course will be held virtually via Microsoft Teams which can be booked below – please ensure that individual emails are supplied as we are unable to accept generic emails. After booking you will receive a joining link to the email address you have registered by the day before the event. This link is specific to the individual and we respectfully ask that this is not shared in anyway.