The Big Happy Dying Post-performance Workshop: Extension of Education on Life, Death and Everything in Between

Class 7A Drama Group

Deriving from the creation of The Big Happy Dying, Class 7A Drama Group invites social worker and Fellow in Thanatology of St. James’ Settlement to design and lead the workshop for participants’ contemplation therein.

Guided by knowledgeable and experienced speaker, participants will develop the approach to care for the dying and the skill of palliative caregiver whilst mull over the value of life.

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Target Audience: Medical professionals, social workers,
caregivers and people interested in counselling

In Cantonese

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