A trio of engaging one woman performances unwrapping voice assertion, sexuality and the indispensable flow of the affairs of life. Sat 30th July from 7.30pm at Open House Hackney, London.
The resource is a guide targeted at bereavement practitioners, helping them to provide more culturally sensitive support to those who have lost a loved one.
It has always been important to provide culturally sensitive bereavement support but, with COVID-19 having had a disproportionate impact on ethic minority communities, the need is even greater now. This short guide has been created to help bereavement practitioners offer the best possible standard of care to people of all cultures, faiths and religions. This recognises that many are supporting someone from a culture, faith or religions that may not be their own, and provide guidance on how to start this conversation, where they can go further training or signpost to more culturally sensitive support.
This guide has been developed by Good Thinking, London’s digital wellbeing resource. It has been funded and supported by the Mayor of London under the remit of the Mental Health Wellbeing Recovery Mission, which is being led by Thrive LDN.