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Grief Education for Aged Care Pack

$244.95 inc GST $222.68 ex GST

Sadly, grief and loss are a part of working in aged care. Not only does the caregiver provide services, support and counselling to those grieving, suffering illness, and other losses, but they may also be grieving themselves. Therefore, as a care provider it is important to be able to cope with the stress and emotions of care-giving and grieving.

To support aged care workers in staff development and training, we have created the Grief Education for Aged Care Pack to provide caregivers methods to cope with grief and loss, while supporting clients through their own grief and loss.

The Grief Education for Aged Care Pack includes:

Grief Education for Caregivers of the Elderly – provides caregivers with methods to cope with grief and loss and will help educators design programs that meet the needs of their consumers: the elderly and their families, friends, and service providers.

Helping Grieving People – When Tears Are Not Enough: A Handbook for Care Providers, 2nd Edition – addresses grief as it affects a variety of relationships and discusses different intervention and support strategies, always cognisant of individual and cultural differences in the expression and treatment of grief.

Grief, Loss and Bereavement: Evidence and Practice for Health and Social Care Practitioners – a comprehensive range of worldwide evidence for understanding and supporting the bereaved in a variety of health and social care contexts. It can be used by practitioners from a wide range of backgrounds in both health and social care to gain an appreciation of bereavement and its associated support and care.

Let’s Talk About Dying – This training resource has two objectives: It helps group members recognise and acknowledge the importance of inter-professional working and communication when working with family members experiencing bereavement.

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Product overview

Sadly, grief and loss are a part of working in aged care. Not only does the caregiver provide services, support and counselling to those grieving, suffering illness, and other losses, but they may also be grieving themselves. Therefore, as a care provider it is important to be able to cope with the stress and emotions of care-giving and grieving.

To support aged care workers in staff development and training, we have created the Grief Education for Aged Care Pack to provide caregivers methods to cope with grief and loss, while supporting clients through their own grief and loss.

The Grief Education for Aged Care Pack includes:

Grief Education for Caregivers of the Elderly – provides caregivers with methods to cope with grief and loss and will help educators design programs that meet the needs of their consumers: the elderly and their families, friends, and service providers.

Helping Grieving People – When Tears Are Not Enough: A Handbook for Care Providers, 2nd Edition – addresses grief as it affects a variety of relationships and discusses different intervention and support strategies, always cognisant of individual and cultural differences in the expression and treatment of grief.

Grief, Loss and Bereavement: Evidence and Practice for Health and Social Care Practitioners – a comprehensive range of worldwide evidence for understanding and supporting the bereaved in a variety of health and social care contexts. It can be used by practitioners from a wide range of backgrounds in both health and social care to gain an appreciation of bereavement and its associated support and care.

Let’s Talk About Dying – This training resource has two objectives: It helps group members recognise and acknowledge the importance of inter-professional working and communication when working with family members experiencing bereavement.