Limited places available: Seminar on ‘Palliative Care and people with intellectual disability’

26th June. Dr Michele Wiese from Western University Sydney, and Ms Bernadette Curryer from the University of Sydney are part of a team that recently launched TEL: Talking End of Life with People with Intellectual Disability, a world-first free online resource about how to talk to people with intellectual disability about death.

As part of the study behind the development of TEL the researchers conducted 20 individual, semi-structured interviews with physicians, nurses and allied health workers, who had either cared for, or anticipated caring for, dying people with intellectual disability.

They will be speaking about TEL at a seminar hosted by the HammondCare Centre for Learning & Research in Palliative Care – “Palliative Care and people with intellectual disability”.

What: Palliative Care and people with intellectual disability seminar.

When: Wednesday 26th June 4.30pm to 6pm.

Where: The Clinical Training Centre, Pallister House, Greenwich Hospital.

RSVP essential:

Click here to for more information about the event, or for more information about the free online TEL toolkit.

Click here for more information about TEL on CareSearch.