Throughout St Ann’s 50th anniversary, we’ll be sharing 50 bitesize webinars. Each month focuses on a specific theme, with a new session to watch each week.
This month, our webinars will cover some of the less well-known aspects of death and bereavement. We’ll be sharing a new bitesize session each week to watch at a time that’s best for you.
Watch the latest webinar below, see what’s coming up next below or click to catch up on our previous sessions.
Pete O’Brien, Chaplaincy Support Coordinator at St Ann’s Hospice, explores the importance of spirituality for some people in end of life care.
Technology has changed the way way live, say goodbye and grieve, but it has also changed the way we are remembered.
James Norris, from the Digital Legacy Association, shares some of the different aspects of digital legacies and digital assets.
Advance care planning (ACP)
Suzie Doe, Clinical Facilitator at St Ann’s Hospice, discusses the advantages of advance care planning (ACP) and the importance of having conversations about what we do and don’t want to happen at the end of our lives.
Ruth Labrow, Creative Therapist at St Ann’s Hospice, uses creative arts to help people process how they are feeling, discover new skills and even to reflect and remember someone.
Take 50 minutes out of your day to watch a video tutorial for how to make one of our most popular crafts in The Being You Centre, and have a go yourself.
If you’d like to be a speaker for one of our 50 sessions, or would like to find out more about other training that St Ann’s provides, please email Abby Evans or call 0161 498 3616