Palliative Care in Partnership : Grieving when Caring Ends

Photo of mother and daughter with arms around one another

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

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Who is it for?

This session is for any unpaid/family carer of people who received care from Palliative Care in Partnership.

Date and time

  • Tuesday 25 August 2022 13:30 – 15:30
    Lache Community Centre, Hawthorn Road, Chester CH4 8HX
  • Thursday 20 October 2022 10:30 – 12:30
    Winsford Lifestyle Centre, The Drumber, Winsford CW7 1AD
  • Thursday 8 December 2022 13:30 – 15:30
    Poynton New Civic Hall, Poynton Civic Centre Park Lane, Poynton SK12 1RB
  • Thursday 26 January 2023 14:00 – 16:00
    Congleton Library, Market Street, Congleton CW12 1BU
  • Thursday 16 March 2023  10:00 – 13:00

Cost

This session is for any unpaid/family carer of people who received care from Palliative Care in Partnership.

Testimonials

“Very safe and supportive environment” 

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