HOST: Hospice PEI
DATE: Friday. March 24, 2023
TIME: 9:00AM – 4:00PM
LOCATION: Charlottetown Learning Library, 97 Queen Street
Are you a friend of a person living with a life-limiting diagnosis or is receiving hospice palliative support?
Does your work or volunteering involve supporting Islanders living with a life-limiting, palliative diagnosis? Are you a paid or unpaid caregiver supporting someone who lives with a life-limiting diagnosis?
Do you work or volunteer in healthcare, long-term care, spiritual care, or private care facilities?
Do you have a loved one who has been recently diagnosed with a life-limiting condition?
Ever find yourself in a powerful listening moment and just have no idea where to go next, what to say, or how to help? Join the club.
If you answered yes to any of these questions…this workshop is for YOU!
Talking with people who are in the midst of chronic illness, disease, dying and grief can be a challenge, even for veteran listeners. Sometimes they are silent and unreachable, other times enraged and overwhelmed, or else, defended and pretending to be “okay.”
We are looking forward to welcoming Roy Ellis who will facilitate a day-long workshop to speak on topics such as talking and listening to people during chronic illness, disease, dying, and grief.
The day will be filled with conversation and learning. Roy brings over 30 years of experience working in frontline environments where loss and trauma are experienced every day. https://www.royfellis.com/about
Registration is required: Call (902) 368-4498 or email email@example.com
Deadline for registration Tuesday, March 21st, 2023
Registration is free for paid members and active volunteers of Hospice PEI and $20 for non-members.
A boxed lunch will be provided, and dietary restrictions will be accommodated.