Talking End of Life with people with intellectual disability
Talking End of Life ...with people with intellectual disability (TEL) shows you how to teach people with intellectual disability about the end of life.
12 Learning Modules designed around a suite of 3 topics:
- How do I do this? These 5 modules will help if you're unsure about your role, how to teach about the end of life, or how to manage cultural beliefs or feelings.
- Teaching how to understand end of life: These 3 modules will help you to teach about dying, death, and loss, grief and mourning.
- Teaching the planning options: These 4 modules will help if you want to teach about how to plan for dying and death.
Disability support professionals (DSPs), families, health professionals, and educators
University of Sydney, Western Sydney University, HammondCare, UNISSON, Flinders University.
TEL is a resource that shows you how to teach people with intellectual disability about end of life. It is designed for disability support professionals (DSPs) but is also helpful for families, health professionals, and educators. With assistance, people with intellectual disability might also find the TEL information helpful. Each module takes approximately 20-30 minutes to complete.
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Page last updated 27 November 2018