Invitation to a webinar on Relational Care
Updated: Sep 30
Presentation on Relational Care
by Jenny Kartupelis
27 October 2021 – 4.00pm to 5.30pm
Relational Care is a concept that has evolved in response to observed good practice and benefits in the care of older people. It recognises the importance of creating environments of supportive relationships that are mutual and long-term in their nature; that enable purpose and meaning in life; and that empower and respect older people.
Faith in Older People's October seminar will be led by Jenny Kartupelis MBE, author of two books on this subject, the more recent being Making Relational Care Work for Older People (2021, Routledge).
Her work in this field has involved extensive interviews as well as looking at the impacts of best practice, and she is encouraging people attending the presentation to bring and share their own experiences, for which there will be plenty of time. Book your place online now.
Making Relational Care Work for Older People: Exploring innovation and best practice in everyday life by Jenny Kartupelis:
This book explores the concept of relational care, what it feels like for older people and for carers, why it makes life happier and how those involved in residential or community care can make it work. This is a lively book full of realistic ideas and information for anyone who wants to find out about, access or implement the best in care – the best for older people, their families, care workers, management and society. 20% discount available - enter the code FLY21 at checkout. Offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or discount. For more details, or to request a copy for review, please contact: http://bit.ly/tandfreview For more information visit: www.routledge.com/9780367408541