OUR MISSION

The Bereavement Care Network links practitioners and services to improve support for people working in bereavement care in the North, North-West and South of Tasmania.

The Bereavement Care Network links practitioners and services to improve support for people working in bereavement care in the North, North-West and South of Tasmania.

OUR MISSION

The Bereavement Care Network links Practitioners and services to improve support for people working in bereavement care in the North, North-West and South of Tasmania.

The Bereavement Care Network links practitioners and services to improve support for people working in bereavement care in the North, North-West and South of Tasmania.

OUR MISSION

The Bereavement Care Network links practitioners and services to improve support for people working in bereavement care in the North, North-West and South of Tasmania.

The Bereavement Care Network links practitioners and services to improve support for people working in bereavement care in the North, North-West and South of Tasmania.

OUR MISSION

The Bereavement Care Network links practitioners and services to improve support for people working in bereavement care in the North, North-West and South of Tasmania.

The Bereavement Care Network links practitioners and services to improve support for people working in bereavement care in the North, North-West and South of Tasmania.

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Pathways to Care - After a Suicide

Please join us for a free community workshop.

Purpose

To engage organisations to participate in a planned approach within their community to support those bereaved or impacted by suicide.

Topics covered

  • The StandBy Service Model
  • What is suicide and its impacts
  • Crisis, trauma and grief
  • What makes suicide different from other sudden deaths
  • Work through a case scenario to determine how the community may respond
  • Self-care

Lunch and morning tea included.

Locations

Scottsdale

Date: Thursday, 30th May 2019

Time: 9am (9:30am start) to 3:30pm

Venue: Scottsdale Football Clubrooms, 5 Rose St, Scottsdale

Facilitated by: Rod Lambert (and StandBy Team)

RSVP: 24th May 2019

Scottsdale Workshop Flyer

Launceston

Date: Wednesday, 5th June 2019

Time: 9am (9:30am start) to 3:30pm

Venue: Starting Point Neighbourhood House, 6 Prossers Forest Rd, Ravenswood

Facilitated by: Rod Lambert (and StandBy Team)

RSVP: 31st May 2019

Launceston Workshop Flyer

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