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What to Say When You dont know What to Say - Southern Tas

Thursday, 18 August 2016 - 10:00am to Friday, 9 September 2016 - 10:00am

Location

Southern Tasmania
Various locations TAS 7000
Australia

Event description

Supporting people living with life-limiting illness, their carers and people who are grieving

Come along to an informal discussion where you will learn some basic skills that will help you feel more confident about offering your support and help.

  • Thursday 18th August 10.00—12.00 Bridgewater LINC​
  • Thursday 1st September 1.30 — 3.30 Huonville LINC​
  • Wednesday 7th September 10.00—12.00 Rosny LINC
  • Friday 9th September 10.00—12.00 Kingston LINC

FREE WORKSHOPS

registration: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/whattosaysouth
information: 0407 300 016

Dying to Know Day Cemetery Tours of Tasmania

Monday, 8 August 2016 - 10:30am

Location

Across the State
Hobart, Launceston & Penguin TAS 7000
Australia

Event description

Join us this Dying to Know Day on a journey back in time to the final resting places of the well known and the unknown, the infamous and the innocent , with guided tours of three of Tasmania’s iconic cemeteries

These tours are free of charge as part of PCT's Dying to Know Day Celebration.

Please note;comfortable walking shoes need to be worn at all venues; walkers need to be at the designated meeting area 15 minutes before the start time. Start time in Hobart is later than other venues.

PDF iconcemeterytours.pdf

To register: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DTKDTOUR 

 

 

 

Making Advance Care Planning Happen

Thursday, 4 August 2016 -
1:30pm to 4:00pm

Location

2/99 Bathurst st
Activities room
Hobart TAS 7000
Australia

Event description

An interactive workshop for staff with an interest in  organisational strategies for including advance care planning and end of life strategies

Aims:
  • To share experiences of organisational responses to end of life discussions
  • To consider ways to embed end of life care planning in your practise
  • To develop resources and strategies to improve end of life care planning
  • To build networks of support between organisations

Afternoon tea will be available

Peer Educators in Advance Care Planning

Thursday, 4 August 2016 -
9:30am to 12:30pm

Location

2/99 Bathurst st
Hobart TAS 7000
Australia

Event description

A refresher workshop for people who have previously had training in Advance Care Planning.

Aims:¨
  • To refresh understanding
  • To update skills
  • To introduce new resources

Morning  tea will be provided  and lunch can be obtained from numerous cafes nearby

 

What to Say When You don't know What to Say

Monday, 25 July 2016 - 12:00pm to Thursday, 8 September 2016 - 12:00pm

Location

Northern Eastern & North West Tas
Various locations TAS 7200
Australia

Event description

Supporting people living with life-limiting illness, their carers and people who are grieving.

Free Workshops

Come along to an informal discussion where you will learn some basic skills that will help you feel more confident about offering your support and help.

Karinga Mon 25 July
Orana Tue 26 July
Ulverstone Thur 28 July
Latrobe Tue 2 August
St Helen's Mon 8 August
St Mary's Tue 9 August
Bicheno Wed 10 August
Swansea Thur 11 August
Orford Fri 12 August
Kentish Thur 8 September

Information: 0407 124 261
Registration: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WHATTOSAYNNW    

Flinders Island ACP Workshop

Thursday, 2 June 2016 - 10:00am

Location

Multi purpose centre
Flinders Island TAS 7255
Australia

Event description

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Dying to Talk EXPO HOBART

Saturday, 28 May 2016 -
10:00am to 4:00pm

Location

Prince's Wharf !
Hobart TAS 7000
Australia

Event description

Consortium Members:

  • Palliative Care Tasmania
  • The District Nurses Hospice@Home
  • Department of Health and Human Servies
  • Australian Funeral Directors Association
  • Aged Care Services Tasmania
  • Council on the Ageing
  • Migrant Resource Centre South
  • Hospice Volunteers South
  • Launceston Community Legal Centre
  • Cornerstone Youth Services

EXPO Exhibitors

The D2T EXPO has been brought together by a consortium of organisations who have contributed ideas, time and expertise to crreate Tasmania's first Dying to Talk EXPO.

Our D2T Exhibitors are many and varied - they include:

Tassie's Harley Hearse                                              RDNS Homecare
Glenview Communities                                              Tara Kelly Styling
CanTeen                                                                  Southern Palliative Care Service
Care Search                                                             Northern Palliative Care Service
Kincare                                                                    Island Care
UTAS Body Bequest Program                                    Carers Tasmania
Hobart Zumba & Pilates                                            Unique Timber Coffins
The Groundswell Project                                           Liviende Veranto
Finneys Funerals                                                      Calvary St Lukes & St Vincents
Integrated Living                                                       Community Care Tasmania
Cancer Council                                                         Dr Chris Kavelin
Integrity of Care                                                        Dementia Tasmania
Community Based Support                                        Leukaemia Foundation
Reflect and Remember Photography                          Independent living Centre
The Compassionate Friends                                      Southern Cross Care
Palliative Care Tasmania                                           The District Nurses Hospice@Home
Australian Funeral Directors Assoc

Palliative Care Tasmania has had the great pleasure of supporting arts organisations in Tasmania with its BAPC funding.  

Some of those are on display at D2T Expo:

  • Mature Artists Dance Experience - MADE Family Installation.
  • Hear the stories of Hospice Volunteers and patients that will touch you and give you food for thought!
  • Square Peg Theatre Company - Not Dead Yet! A black comedy and gentle tragedy about facing the final curtain

Warning:These presentations feature the voices of deceased people and confronting themes, parental guidance recommended and please seek out one of our volunteers if you feel the need to talk about any issues that may be raised for you. 

Dying to Talk EXPO LAUNCESTON

Saturday, 21 May 2016 -
10:00am to 4:00pm

Location

North and South Tasmania
Launceston and Hobart TAS 7000
Australia

Event description

Palliative Care Tasmania and their BAPC partners, the District Nurses and DHHS celebrate National Palliative Care Week with the Dying to Talk Expo

LAUNCESTON - Albert Hall Sat 21 May 10am-4pm

HOBART - Princes Wharf One Sat 28 May 10am-4pm

Children's entertainment, Gold coin donation barista refreshments, Information, exhibitions.

Dr Carrie Lethborg MEANING BASED COPING Hobart

Monday, 16 May 2016 - 9:30am

Location

Lindisfarne Rowing Club
16a Esplanade
Lindisfarne TAS 7015
Australia

Event description

Meaning Based Coping

A workshop for counsellors, social workers, psychologists &   
pastoral care workers engaging with people living with life limiting illness

Facilitated by Dr Carrrie Lethborg, this workshop will focus on how meaning based interventions can be incorporated into everyday clinical work.  Carrie will provide an overview of the research conducted in the area of meaning in cancer and the development of ‘Meaning and Purpose’ Therapy.  This will be followed by practical experiences for         participants to learn meaning based strategies in their own work.

Dr Carrie Lethborg  holds a doctorate in psychosocial cancer research and has over 25 years’ experience as an oncology social worker.  She is a researcher at St Vincent’s, Peter Mac Callum and Cabrini in Melbourne.

BOOK HERE

 

 

Dr Carrie Lethborg - MEANING BASED COPING Launceston

Thursday, 28 April 2016 - 9:30am

Location

Avalon Function Centre
9 Kilafaddy Rd
St Leonards TAS 7250
Australia

Event description

Meaning Based Coping

A workshop for counsellors, social workers, psychologists & pastoral care workers
engaging with people living with life limiting illness

Facilitated by Dr Carrrie Lethborg, this workshop will focus on how meaning based interventions can be incorporated into everyday clinical work.  Carrie will provide an overview of the research conducted in the area of meaning in cancer and the development of ‘Meaning and Purpose’ Therapy.  This will be followed by practical experiences for         participants to learn meaning based strategies in their own work.

Dr Carrie Lethborg  holds a doctorate in psychosocial cancer research and has over 25 years’ experience as an oncology social worker.  She is a researcher at St Vincent’s, Peter Mac Callum and Cabrini in Melbourne.

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MAP HERE

 

 

 

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