The Ruby Care Foundation has completed its first on-line Course and it quickly became clear that the audio-video facility we used was an effective way of working with people from all around the world simultaneously. A new Course starts in February 2017 and covers all aspects of caring for the terminally ill, the dying and the bereaved, and how to work with all concerned, whether family or close friends.
The new structure will be divided into three yearly parts:
The payment structure has been refined and, whilst keeping the cost of £10 per session the same, the requirement is to pay for six sessions in advance. Each monthly session will be approximately two hours duration and includes individual and group exercises as well as tutorials. Access to each session is on receipt of payment.
The Course is delivered via an on-line audio-video facility which allows many to attend at the same time. We provide a phone call, prior to the Course, to assist confidence for those unfamiliar with the technology.
A Course-completion Certificate can be provided at the end of each year.
Do contact us (Contact) if you are interested in hearing more or to book now to join. If you are interested in off-line group courses, similar Courses will be held in London, Holland and New York contact any of the following:
A foundational Pathway putting in place the platforms of care that should be afforded to each individual life nearing departure, constructed against the unique, inner needs of each person; the importance of the self-value that those who care for the ill and traumatised need to hold about themselves
|Module 1||Care and the Humanities|
|Module 2||Transition via acceptance, settlement and fortification, the basic tripod of care.|
|Module 3||The Dignity inherent to the human being.|
Understanding that death is a natural part of life’s journey; bringing death out from behind the fears and taboos that surround it; enabling carers to assist towards acceptance and settlement and a peaceful departure. This Pathway (all three levels) is the main work of The Ruby Care Foundation
|Module 1||A natural Theatre of Change|
|Module 2||Understanding and relegating fears and taboos|
|Module 3||Understanding death and its processes by first understanding life|
An exploration into the complex and far-reaching processes of dying, bereavement and loss that affect all aspects of our lives in ways which are little understood; the ways and means to provide easement
|Module 1||The process of grieving|
|Module 2||True listening – high and low pressure|
|Module 3||Family and Friends|
Insights, ways and means that support and strengthen the carer, enabling them to improve their skills; this Pathway also benefits those wishing to improve life skills
|Module 2||Self-protection and self-cleaning|
|Module 3||'Know Thyself'|
The difference the right kind of ecology makes; if we can make these right the rest falls naturally into place
|Module 2||A place of safety and settlement|
|Module 3||Choice and personal wishes|
Necessary practicalities that promote settlement and peaceful departure for all concerned
|Module 1||Promises and last wishes – family and friends|
|Module 2||Final letter-writing and memory boxes.|
|Module 3||Will making|
For general enquiries about future training opportunities, please contact:
The Ruby Care Foundation