Learning Disabilities and Palliative Care Project
Learning Disabilities and Palliative Care Project

Where to find us:

The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice
 
Allison O'Donnell / LIz Smith

Practice Development Facilitator (PCPWLD)
71 Carlton Place
Glasgow
G5 9TD

Tel: 0141 429 5599(dd) 0141 429 9878 (f) 0141 429 2566

 

Or use our contact form.

Learning Disabilities & Palliative Care - Builiding bridges supporting care

Learning Disabilities & Palliative Care: Building bridges supporting care – The joint team project celebration day was successfully conducted on 21st May 2013 at House for an Art Lover, Glasgow. The event was a big success being graced by esteemed speakers sharing their views on Transition, Breaking Bad News, Loss-Grief and Bereavement and Dementia.

 

ehospice article
Possibility and passion at learning disabilities and palliative care conference
ehospice_may2013.pdf
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Evening Times - newspaper article
Tragedy of city patients who die 25 years too soon
Evening Times 22 05 13.pdf
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One Day Annual Conference

Palliative Care for People with Learning Disabilities Network

 

26TH November 2014, 9:30 am - 4:30 pm

Venue: Radisson BLU Hotel

301 Argyle Street, Glasgow G2 8DL

(Adjacent to Glasgow Central Station)

 

 

Presentations and Networking

This event will provide opportunity for you to explore complex issues in relation to Learning Disabilities and Palliative Care whilst allowing time for Networking and sharing good practice. The focus at this event will be on the latest developments, research and resources around end-of-life care planning.

 

Who should attend?

Clinicians from primary and secondary health care settings, palliative care services and learning disability services, service managers and family / carers.

 

Delegate fee:

£100 (including lunch & refreshments)

 

Information and Registration:

Anne Garley

Email: annegarley@gmail.com

Phone: 07808 402565

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