'Lost for Words'-e-learning programme.

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Title

'Lost for Words'-e-learning programme.

Subject

Lost for Words: e-learning modules, relating to the launch of the 'Lost for Words' DVD.

Description

Images relating to the 'Lost for Words' e-learning programme. Work began on the developing an introductory resource on in January 2010. The Lost for words DVD was launched in September 2010. The Lost for Words e-learning modules were developed from this.

The e-learning modules were developed to be an online learning courses offering information about bereavement support at the three levels.

Module 1: Understanding the grieving process was designed for members of the public or bereavement support volunteers.

Module 2: Working with loss- How to support someone who is bereaved was developed for level two support services, volunteer or peer support groups.

Module 3: Special grief scenarios these included Suicide, Death of a child and Terminal illness. This level was developed with mental health and social care providers in mind.

Lost for words; Understanding the grieving process was launched in September 2011 by Miriam O Callaghan.

Working with loss; How to support someone who is bereaved was launched in March 2013 by Senator Marie Louise O Donnell.

Creator

The Irish Hospice Foundation.

Publisher

The Irish Hospice Foundation.

Contributor

Sharon Foley-CEO of Irish Hospice Foundation.
Breffni McGuinness- Training Officer-Irish Hospice Foundation.
Senator Marie Louise O'Donnell.

Rights Holder

©The Irish Hospice Foundation.

Items in the 'Lost for Words'-e-learning programme. Collection

'Working with Loss' module of the 'Lost for Words' e-learning programme.
Images relating to the 'Lost for Words' e-learning module 'Working with Loss'.

The e-learning modules were developed to be an online learning courses offering information about bereavement support at the three levels. This collection is concerned…

Living with Loss (Video clip)
Four people describe their experiences of learning to live with significant losses in their lives.

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