Grief is a normal, natural response to loss and bereavement that everyone will experience at some point in their life. Many of us, however, have a very limited understanding of how grief can affect our feelings, thoughts, behaviours and physical health.
This is particularly true of anticipatory grief, or grief
before death, which can arise due to loss of
companionship, loss of future plans and dreams or
loss of role and identity, even when the cared for person is still present.
The session gives carers:
- A better understanding of “anticipatory grief” for the carer and the person being cared for
- Practical strategies to cope with and adapt to this type of grief
- Opportunities to share their experiences
Book here now.
Who is it for?
Carers who may be experiencing grief before the loss of their loved one.
Tuesday 10 May 2022
10:30 – 12:30
Oddfellows Hall, 65 High Street, Saltney (near Chester), CH4 8SG
“It was helpful to hear other people’s view and
situations and to validate feelings of grief”