End-of-Life Care, Grief and Bereavement for People with I/DD
This experiential two day (3/34 & 3/25) workshop will explore the supports that are needed to assist people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in understanding and participating in their end-of-life planning process. It will dispel commonly held myths about the abilities of this population in understanding their right for information when dealing with their own mortality or the loss of a loved one. The workshop will provide an overview of the forms and processes used to assist a person in planning for his/her end of life care. A comparative analysis of the plethora of religions and their practices for death and mourning will be explored. Commonalities and differences involved in the handling of this time of life will be highlighted. It will also increase clinicians’ and support professionals’ knowledge base, which is valuable when supporting others in practicing the rituals associated with his/her spiritual practice.
Consuelo Senior, LMSW
Human Service Professionals
Dates & Time
03/24/2020 & 3/25/2020
YAI Central Office
220 E 42nd St
New York, NY 10001
If a cancellation is received two weeks (14 days) prior to a scheduled training, a refund will be provided. Participants who cancel their enrollment less than 14 days but more than 5 days will not be refunded but given credit towards a future training. Cancellation less than 5 days will result in no refund or credit.
Given the high demand for our trainings, no credit will be provided if the cancellation is not received prior to the training.
YAI’s Center for Professional Development reserves the right to cancel a training due to low enrollment numbers. Registrants will be notified at least 2 business days prior to the scheduled training.