The past 18 months have been a tragic and brutal reminder of the impacts of serious illness, dying and bereavement. Whilst individual experiences have varied greatly, COVID-19 has highlighted an …Read full article on Every Story’s Ending
It’s easy to feel that an interest in ethics or philosophy is only loosely connected to everyday life, but of course the theories they generate can be investigated and evidenced …Read full article on Care and older people: changing the emphasis from the individual to the relational
….. I love the freedom to be able to let ideas and thoughts develop in a way that is without frameworks. ….. My work leading Compassionate Inverclyde is exactly like …Read full article on Journeying towards a Compassionate Community
Debbie Thrower invites greater participation in Scotland in Anna Chaplaincy for Older People. ‘It is gaining traction in many parts of the UK’, she writes, ‘as an effective way of …Read full article on What is Anna Chaplaincy?
Here we are in July about to take a summer break to recoup our energy and plan for the future. It has been a rollercoaster for so many people as …Read full article on Taking a break
In March this year, Professor John Swinton game a thought-provoking seminar on “Spirituality and Mental Health Challenges” for Faith in Older People (FIOP). A specific challenge for all of us …Read full article on Stigma and Mental Health