Webinar: Let’s Talk: Supporting People Through the Grieving Process

Jun 8, 2022 | News, Webinars

People with intellectual disabilities have been left out of the grief conversation too many times and for far too long. Grief is hard and supporting people through grief can be challenging but, when it comes down to it, just being there, really being there and actively listening are the best things you can do to help someone through it. DSPs wear many hats and grief supporter will be one of them at some point. On this month’s Let Talk, Amanda Gee shares how direct support professionals can support those who are grieving. This webinar is a companion to this month’s International Journal for Direct Support  article, “Good Grief: Supporting people through the grieving process.”

Thursday,  June 23rd 2:00PM ET

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