Grieving when caring ends

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Session Overview

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.

For former carers, grief can be made more complex by the dual losses of the person and their role as a carer. This is particularly true for people who have been a carer for a long period or if the caring role has become a significant part of their identity.

The session gives former carers:

  • A better understanding of the grieving process
  • An understanding of normal grief, and when support may be required
  • Opportunities to share their experiences
Details
  • Length: 2hrs
  • Suitable for: Unpaid carers (family/friend). This session is for former family carers to help them in their grief.

    This is a supportive session for carers and as such not really suitable for professionals, who are just wishing to learn more about the subject.  (Visit our ‘professionals section’ of our website, to view sessions that may be more appropriate).

  • Delivered: Face to face at various venues.

Funded dates for Cheshire East people only:

  • Thursday 18 July 2024: 14:00 – 16:00 at Waters Green Medical Centre in Macclesfield
  • Wednesday 18 September 2024: 13:00 – 15:00 at End of Life Care Education Hub, Spring Farm Business Centre, Moss Lane, Minshull Vernon, Crewe, CW1 4RJ
  • Thursday 28 November 2024: 13:00 – 15:00 at Church View Medical Centre in Nantwich
  • Wednesday 26 March 2025: 13:00 – 15:00 at End of Life Care Education Hub, Spring Farm Business Centre, Moss Lane, Minshull Vernon, Crewe, CW1 4RJ
Bespoke Booking

We would love to work with you, contact us to explore a bespoke session for your organisation.

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