Take this Free Training and Share it with the World

The leader of specialized training in End of Life Care and End of Life Doulas, The International Doulagivers Institute, is launching a Global Outreach and Community Caregiving Initiative with their acclaimed Level 1 End of Life Doula and Family Caregiver Training. Doulagivers has been at the forefront of the End of Life Doula Movement in the United States since it began building momentum nearly a decade ago. They have developed a free training designed for everyone to help spread awareness and knowledge so that end of life can be a more positive experience for us all.

The Level 1 End of Life Doula and Family Caregiver Training is a free course designed so that anyone and everyone can understand the basic end of life processes and how to suggest and offer comfort to families and patients throughout these processes.

What you will learn in this training:

1. How to identify the Shock Phase and what suggestions for comfort can be given.
2. How to identify the Stabilization Phase and what suggestions for comfort can be given.
3. How to identify the Transition Phase and what suggestions for comfort can be given.
4. How to interact with patients at end of life.
5. How to offer emotional support for grieving families during and after death.

There is no better time than right now to take advantage of this wonderful training. You can join the End of Life Doula Movement today and begin making a difference right now by taking the Level 1 End of Life Doula and Family Caregiver Training. This course is always free for everyone and all I ask is that if you feel as though you learned useful information and if you finish this training feeling empowered and inspired, please find at least one more person to share it with. If we all take a proactive approach to spreading awareness and knowledge of this field, we can truly make death a more positive experience for everyone. Please tell your friends and your family members or share on Facebook with your personal thoughts today!

The main goal of The International Doulagivers Institute is to spread awareness of the need for communities to become involved in the volunteer work necessary to ensure that everyone can have a peaceful end of life experience. Hospice workers are stretched beyond their means and there are too many patients all over the world who are incapable of receiving the 24/7 care required at end of life to create a sacred, meaningful and pleasant transition from the physical world. Doulagivers believes that it is imperative that everyone has the basic knowledge to offer support within their communities at this precious last phase of life. If everyone can contribute a little bit of time and compassion, it relieves so much burden from the caregivers and families so that facilitating a good death for every end of life patient becomes possible.

For those who wish to become full time End of Life Doulas and pursue a career in this field, The International Doulagivers Institute also offers a comprehensive Certification/Practitioners course. The End of Life Doula Certification training is for those who wish to be Certified End of Life Doulas. This course covers Levels 1, 2 & 3 of the Doulagivers End of Life Practitioners Training. This is a new, specialized area of non-medical healthcare. This training is for those who have a calling and desire to support and guide both patients and families through the end of life process. Following in the footsteps of the birthing doula movement that has been a successful specialized non-medical field in the area of childbirth for decades, now is the time for us to offer the same care and support for those at end of life. This course is offered completely online. For more information on how to become a certified End of Life Doula through The International Doulagivers Institute, visit their website here

For the FREE Level 1 End of Life Doula and Family Caregiver Training, click here

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deadiquette

A person that is passionate about reshaping the way we view and handle end of life as a society.

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