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End of Life Aid Skills for Everyone

EASE is a new public education course for anyone who wants to know more about dying, death and bereavement.

Developed by the Scottish Partnership for Palliative Care, the course explores the basics of end-of-life care and addresses some of the fears and uncertainties many people have about death, dying and bereavement:

Module 1: An Introduction to death in Scotland

Module 2: Serious illness and frailty

Module 3: Realities of caring and dying

Module 4: Caring for the carer

The course includes group discussions, case studies, short films and handouts. We aim to provide a safe and friendly environment where participants can grow more confident supporting others going through these difficult times, and to think about how they cope with these issues themselves. (The course does not provide counselling, and cannot address specific situations or problems raised by individuals.)

Find out more about the course here: Information about EASE

Dates of upcoming courses

Musselburgh: 10, 17, 24 October & 7 November.

This is a pilot of the brand new EASE course, and we'll be seeking participant feedback on ways to improve and develop the course further in future.

Where? Fisherrow Centre, Musselburgh, EH21 6AT

When? Thursday evenings, 7pm – 9pm.

We ask that people aim to attend all four sessions.

Attendance is free, but places are limited so please book your place in advance by emailing: rebecca@palliativecarescotland.org.uk

Dundee: October/November 2019

This is a pilot of the brand new EASE course, and we'll be seeking participant feedback on ways to improve and develop the course further in future.

Dates and venue to be confirmed soon. If you'd like to register your interest in taking part in the Dundee course please get in touch: rebecca@palliativecarescotland.org.uk

More information

Find out more about the course here: Information about EASE


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