CEoL 2020-2021 Reduced Program – Learning Materials

  • Resource Type: Program, Slides, Training
  • Posted On: June 11, 2019
  • Audience(s): Educators, Leaders & Managers, Staff / Team Members

Transitioning to end-of-life care can be a difficult time for a resident and their family. Everyone has their own thoughts, feelings, and beliefs around death and loss. Developing communication at end-of-life skills are crucial for LTC staff to foster therapeutic relationships with the residents and their families, increasing levels of comfort with hospice and palliative care philosophy.

The following are the learning materials for the reduced Communication at End-of-Life training programThe below materials were last updated in November 2020. 

If you are having difficulty downloading any of the below files please contact Emily Farrell, Project Coordinator at 

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