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Date/Time
Date(s) - 11/06/2023
9:30 am - 3:00 pm

Location
Edgware and Hendon Reform Synagogue (EHRS)

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Join MRJ, LJ, and the Honeycomb Project in a day of learning and skill-building around the topic of well-being and care in our communities.

Our keynote speaker will be Barbara Altounyan, founder of Stories for Life.  Their mission is to give everyone nearing the end of their life the opportunity to record their stories and memories on audio, leaving their voice as a treasured legacy for families and friends, free of charge.  As well as offering this opportunity to our members, Stories for Life would like to train ‘biographers’ in synagogues to record stories of fellow members, developing community connections and intergenerational relationships.

Other confirmed workshops include:

  • Bereavement Care
  • SEN Inclusion with Gesher School
  • Living with chronic health conditions with Jewish Care
  • Setting up therapeutic groups
  • Peri and Post Natal Depression
  • Combatting loneliness and Isolation for older adults with Nightingale House
  • Honeycomb 101 – a brief induction to the Honeycomb training which uses Jewish texts to understand care and support work

 

The day will end with a networking lunch and the opportunity to speak informally with our presenters about their work and how they can engage with your community.

The conference is open to all – whether you are an experienced volunteer, new to care, thinking about volunteering or someone with an interest in one or more of these areas, there will be something for you.

We would like everyone to be able to attend the conference. If the cost of the conference or travel from outside London is prohibitive, please email Eryn, ELondon@rjuk.org as we have some subsidies available.

Event at Edgware and Hendon Reform Synagogue

Tickets can be purchased below

We would like everyone to be able to attend the conference. If the cost of the conference or travel from outside London is prohibitive, please email Eryn, ELondon@rjuk.org as we have some subsidies available.

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