Anna Chaplaincy Carer's Guides pack

Anna Chaplaincy Carer's Guides pack

Author : BRF
£10.00

One of each of our Anna Chaplaincy Carer's Guides, details below.

How do we look after ourselves and others better in the wake of a health crisis such as Covid-19? This Carer’s Guide series offers practical help and guidance to carers who find themselves needing to provide spiritual support to older people or others in residential care. The aim of these guides is to give you the confidence and skills to enable those in your care not only to cope emotionally and spiritually but even to thrive, despite challenging circumstances.

Title Anna Chaplaincy Carer's Guides pack
Author BRF
Description

One of each of our Anna Chaplaincy Carer's Guides, details below.

How do we look after ourselves and others better in the wake of a health crisis such as Covid-19? This Carer’s Guide series offers practical help and guidance to carers who find themselves needing to provide spiritual support to older people or others in residential care. The aim of these guides is to give you the confidence and skills to enable those in your care not only to cope emotionally and spiritually but even to thrive, despite challenging circumstances.

Debbie Thrower, Founder and Pioneer of Anna Chaplaincy for Older People, says: ‘Some of the lessons learned by Anna Chaplains are shared here so that spiritual care – along with medical, practical and emotional care – becomes accessible to all.’

Details
  • Product code: CGPACK
  • Published: 17 July 2020
  • Format: Pack
  • Pages: 32
  • Dimensions: 148mm wide and 210mm high

One of each of our Anna Chaplaincy Carer's Guides, details below.

How do we look after ourselves and others better in the wake of a health crisis such as Covid-19? This Carer’s Guide series offers practical help and guidance to carers who find themselves needing to provide spiritual support to older people or others in residential care. The aim of these guides is to give you the confidence and skills to enable those in your care not only to cope emotionally and spiritually but even to thrive, despite challenging circumstances.

Debbie Thrower, Founder and Pioneer of Anna Chaplaincy for Older People, says: ‘Some of the lessons learned by Anna Chaplains are shared here so that spiritual care – along with medical, practical and emotional care – becomes accessible to all.’

1 x A Carer's Guide: How to have a memorial service at home when you are unable to attend the funeral

Here you’ll find ideas for how to mark the passing of someone you cared for by taking some time to reflect on their memory and say goodbye. It’s something you may wish to do yourself at home, or with residents.

1 x A Carer's Guide: How to help someone spiritually towards the end of life

This guide offers advice on how you can be a reassuring presence, to give a dying person confidence that they will not suffer undue pain, and that ‘everything is going to be all right’.

1 x A Carer's Guide: How to take care of yourself in stressful times

This guide explores how stress can affect our body, mind, emotions and spirit, offering ways to combat fatigue and increase resilience.

1 x A Carer's Guide: How to worship with a group of residents

This guide shows how even if you’ve never been to church you could still help people to worship and hold your own mini church service with a group of residents.

1 x A Carer's Guide: How to worship with individuals in your care

This guide helps you to listen carefully to someone, and honour that individual, and so make them feel special, unique – that’s spiritual care in a nutshell. Much of this you may already be doing instinctively, but it will help you to reflect on your own life as well.