Tender loving care training is good for the soul

Taking part in the award-winning programme of care for dying. teams across the company are taking part in the award-winning programme of training about delivering tender loving care at end of life.

Under the expert guidance and tutoring of Soul Midwife tutor, Rachael Field, Belmont Healthcare care teams are taking part in the training to enrich the care already on offer, and help them develop extra coping tools to deal with the emotional loss of losing someone they care for.

Adam Hutchison, Managing Director at Belmont Healthcare says: “Many people may have heard the term ‘a good death’, it’s not a conversation of choice for many, but when you work in the care sector it is part of the job. Understanding how to further support those in our care, and the loved ones of those individuals, is really important.

“As carers, compassion and empathy come naturally, but knowing we can learn more about how to support someone to make that final journey, whilst equipped with the tools to protect our own emotional wellbeing, makes it an extra special privilege.”

To learn about how the Belmont Healthcare caring culture is different watch Adam Hutchison, Managing Director at Belmont Healthcare explain this refreshing new approach:  https://youtu.be/5K1OZNozhdE

Belmont Healthcare offers multiple forms of long or short, respite and day care, or at-home care for those in need of support. Specialising in enhanced care and support of older people, care is also offered for those living with Dementia and other life changing conditions such as Parkinson’s disease. Our homes are perfectly situated in delightful settings around the UK and provide a very homely atmosphere whilst being safe and secure, making the people we care for feel right at home.

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