Exeter Phoenix Films
Wednesday 27th November 9pm to 10:30pm
A collection of short films that walks up to the boundaries of our existence and explores what happens when we reach out to cross them. Includes our very own EOL Doula and Film Director Rebecca Kenyon's Holding Space.
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Planning For End Of Life - Edinburgh
Let Me Tell You What I Want So I Can Get On With The Business Of Living
Community Workshop facilitated by Living Well Dying Well and End of Life Doula UK and sponsored by A Quiet Revolution
Date: Saturday 22 February 9am to 1pm
Venue: Eric Liddell Centre, 5 Morningside Road, Edinburgh EH10 4DP
The fee is £50.00 and there are free places for the unwaged. If you are a student, retired or working part time then the cost is £25.00.
For those who have trained or are in training with Living Well Dying Well Only
Advance Planning for End of Life Workshops
To let you know these have been scheduled as follows:
London: 1 December 2019: 88 Canfield Gardens, London NW6 3EE. Please book asap.
Scotland: 21 February 2020 (Eric Liddell Centre, Edinburgh EH10 4DP)
Webinars (Remote Learning) 3 x 2 hours evening sessions by Zoom and you will be given simple instructions to link to the meeting from your PC.
Workshop One: 20, 21 and 22 March 2020
Workshop Two 17, 18 and 19 April 2020
Cost £95 for Members of End of Life Doula UK and £125 for non-members.
For a booking form please email email@example.com. There are 3 funded places at a 50% reduced cost for those on limited income. If you would like to apply for one of these places please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the workshop
The workshop is at an advanced level and builds on the introductory session at on the Foundation course of the Doula Training. It will equip the Doula with the knowledge and skills to work confidently and competently with individuals, at any stage, to plan for their end of life. Additionally, it prepares the Doula to run community events and raise public awareness on this very important issue, which is fundamental to the role.
The workshop provides Doulas with the knowledge and skills to undertake Advance Planning (Advance Decisions/Care Plans/Statement of Wishes and Choices/Refusals). As well as covering the legal aspects, such as Lasting Power of Attorney and the Mental Capacity Act, it embraces the ‘how to' conduct the conversation with a person to enable the formulation of written Advance Plan for End of Life. The LWDW Advance Planning Tool Kit will be provided to all those who successfully complete the learning and development so they can work with and support clients together with suggestions on how to run Community Events to raise public awareness.
If you are intending to join the London Workshop please book as soon as possible.