Doulagivers World Training Day | 90-Min. FREE End of Life Doula Education from Doulagivers Institute
Apr 18, 2023
Are you interested in learning how to provide compassionate care for someone at the end of life? If so, then the upcoming Doulagivers World Training Day Event is perfect for you! Scheduled to take place on April 20th at 7pm ET—this 90 minute online webinar will provide guidance and advice from former Hospice Nurse and palliative care professional, Suzanne B. O’Brien RN, on how to properly care for someone who is dying. Join this interactive event as we discuss essential steps to taking care of an individual during their last days of life. At the end of this training, walk away with valuable knowledge and skills that you can use to help others through the physical and emotional struggles related to end-of-life care.
End-of-life care can be a difficult time for both the person receiving it, as well as their family and friends. It is often accompanied by physical challenges such as managing pain, providing comfort and helping with mobility issues. Additionally, there are emotional challenges that come along with end of life care including grief, guilt, fear and anxiety. The process of dying can also cause feelings of sadness or depression in those who are close to the individual in hospice care. Understanding these physical and emotional challenges associated with end-of-life care is essential for providing compassionate support during this often difficult time.
What Doulagivers World Training Day is and why it’s important to learn these skills
Doulagivers World Training Day is an informative and educational webinar hosted by Doulagivers Institute. It is our FREE Level 1 End of Life Doula Training, but with a special focus on reaching communities all around the world and bringing people together. End of Life Doulas are professional, compassionate care providers who offer support to patients and their families throughout the entire end-of-life journey. During the 90-minute online webinar, participants will learn important skills such as providing hands-on assistance, counseling families through advanced care planning, crisis response, and more. This invaluable education is essential for anyone who wants to be adequately prepared to provide compassionate care for someone who is dying. Doulagivers World Training day is a unique learning opportunity and a can’t miss community-based event!
In this free webinar, you will learn how to care for someone who is dying from the time of a terminal diagnosis all the way through until the end-of-life.
Suzanne B. O’Brien RN will show you:
1. How to identify the Shock Phase and what suggestions for comfort can be given.
2. How to identify the Stabilization Phase and what suggestions for comfort can be given.
3. How to identify the Transition Phase and what suggestions for comfort can be given.
4. How to reduce the fear of death and heal grief from past experiences with death.
5. How to empower and inspire yourself to start living fully with more compassion and presence TODAY.
Doulagivers World Training Day is an opportunity to gain a full understanding of the 3 Phases of End of Life Model of Care that is taught in the professional certification courses at Doulagivers Institute, including the Shock Phase, the Stabilization Phase, and the Transition Phase. In this 90-minute webinar, Suzanne B. O’Brien RN will teach participants specific techniques and interventions for providing comfort during each phase. The training will also help reduce the fear of death, heal grief from past experiences with death, and empower attendees with the information they need to find acceptance with their own mortality to start living a better, more fulfilling life today.
The Doulagivers World Training Day Event on April 20th is a wonderful step to take for those who want to embrace death positivity. Accepting death as a natural part of life and discussing it openly can be difficult for some, but it is ultimately a rewarding experience that leads to a better quality of life. By accepting the inevitability of death, we can begin to appreciate each moment and live fully with purpose and intention. This awareness allows us to focus on what is important in our lives, rather than worrying about things that are out of our control. When we accept the end of life as a guaranteed part of life, it helps us let go of fear and guilt and allows us to make peace with ourselves and others. It also encourages us to make the most out of every day by engaging in activities that bring joy and fulfillment into our lives. By embracing death, we are embracing life. It opens us up to new possibilities for living a more meaningful existence filled with gratitude and love.
Have you ever asked yourself any of these questions?
- How will I know when death is near?
- What can I do to make my loved one feel comfortable and safe?
- Are there any treatments or medications that might help ease pain or other symptoms of dying?
- Are there any spiritual practices that may help me cope with the dying process?
- What kind of legal paperwork needs to be taken care of during this time?
- Should I talk openly about death with my loved one, and if so, how should I go about it?
- Will hospice services be available for my loved ones at home or in a facility setting?
- What are some tips on caring for someone who is nearing the end of life?
- How can I best support myself and those around me during this difficult time?
- Are there resources available to provide emotional support & guidance through this process?
To get the answers to these questions and more, join ‘Doulagivers World Training Day’ on April 20th, a virtual 90-minute webinar hosted by Doulagivers Institute. Show up live to ask Suzanne B. O’Brien RN questions directly during a live Q&A session following the webinar that provides exclusive access to the Doulagivers Institute Founder and Lead Instructor. All participants will have access to the replay, but save your seat now if you want the ability to participate in the live discussion after the training!
This webinar will cover topics such as understanding the phases of end of life, providing emotional support to both patients and their loved ones, managing pain and other symptoms, and creating a peaceful environment during the end of life process.
Attending this event is a great way to learn more about end-of-life care and gain valuable skills that can help you support your loved ones and others during this difficult (and guaranteed) part of all of our lives. Don’t wait until you need these skills – learn them now.
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Missed World Training Day? Don’t Worry! Doulagivers Institute hosts their award-winning Free Level 1 End of Life Doula and Family Caregiver Training each and every month – click the link below to register for the next available training!