Diversity House is hosting an event alongside LAPCEL (Learning Alliance for Palliative and End of Life Care) on Friday 1st February 2019.
End of life care is about living as well as possible during the last days and most importantly it’s about dying with dignity. Do you know how to access this information about end of life and palliative care, are you aware of who to speak to and what to expect from palliative and end of life care services?
There is concern amongst health care professionals regarding the very low numbers of ethnic communities accessing End of life and palliative care services. We want to understand why and increase the numbers so everyone has the right support and information. We aim to spread the message of End of life care, especially among young and older people who are from African, Caribbean and Asian communities.
Who should attend: If you are or know someone who is approaching the end of life or you know or are caring for someone who has a life-limiting condition or you are just curious and would like further information? BOOK HERE
We use storytelling and arts and crafts to enable a warm and welcoming event. In addition, there will be a panel of experts who will be able to answer any questions you may have. Free Lunch will be provided.
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