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What's on: 26 Oct

TLC Training from the Soul Midwives' School: Comfort, Holistic Support and Reassurance at the End of

TLC Training from the Soul Midwives' School: Comfort, Holistic Support and Reassurance at the End of

Mandy Preece
Saturday 26 October
10:00am - 5:00pm

Comfort, Holistic Support and Reassurance at the End of Life

This training is designed to enhance the care offered by anyone, to people at the end of life.

At the forefront of the training is compassionate support to the dying and to those with progressive or life-limiting illness. It involves a unique examination of the stages of dying and offers simple tools and gentle therapeutic techniques to aid comfort.

TLC training is based on the pioneering movement of the Soul Midwives School founded by Felicity Warner (voted 2017 End of Life Care Champion by The National Council for Palliative Care and the Royal College of Nursing and End of Life Doula of the Year 2017- Good Funeral Awards).

Soul midwives are non-medical, holistic companions who guide and support the dying in order to facilitate a gentle and tranquil death.

The School’s gentle dying techniques in holistic palliative care have now been adopted in many hospices throughout the UK.

Content includes:

  • four stages of dying framework
  • simple therapeutic techniques to calm agitation, anxiety and tension including soothing touch
  • listening skills
  • sitting with a patient during the final hours

This day will include handouts, a TLC certificate from the Soul Midwives School and entry towards their practitioner training.

Mandy Preece

Mandy Preece is a soul midwife and tutor at the Soul Midwives School. In 2013, Mandy initiated a volunteer bedside companion scheme at Macmillan Caring Locally (an NHS palliative care unit in Dorset). Volunteers receive her training so they can support people at the end of life or sit with someone who is dying alone. In 2017 the tr aining was awarded the Princess Royal Training Award for best practice in the workplace. Mandy has now helped other hospices set up similar schemes.

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