This is a free event hosted by the Dublin North Bereavement Network for people who have been bereaved through any circumstance.
Free in person public event for information on loss and grief for people bereaved through any circumstance.
Venue: Axis, Ballymun, Co. Dublin
Date: Wednesday, May 17th
Time: 7:30pm – 9pm
Who should attend?
The Dublin North Bereavement Network are hosting a free information evening on loss and grief for people bereaved through any circumstance this May – through illness or sudden death; and may have lost a partner, parent, child, friend, sibling, work colleague or relative. The event will provide information about grief and the range of bereavement supports available in the local area.
So, whether you have experienced a bereavement this year or at an earlier time, or you are concerned about a child or friend who is grieving and wish to help, we encourage you to attend.
Niamh Finucane (Coordinator of Social Work & Bereavement Service, St Francis Hospice Dublin)
She has worked there for 17 years, initially as a Senior Social Worker on both the Community Palliative Care Teams and in the In-patient unit, moving in the last 8 years to her current role. Niamh also has previous experience in Child Welfare & Child Protection work, fostering and Medical Social Work in an acute hospital setting. Niamh has written and presented on the role of social work in palliative care and working in bereavement.
Panel with lived experience of loss to be announced
There is free street parking available at the venue from 7pm, for more information see www.axisballymun.ie
Refreshments will be provided
If you have any queries please email [email protected]
This is a free event no booking is required.
This event is hosted by Dublin North Bereavement Network and funded by Irish Hospice Foundation’s Local Bereavement Development Grant. and HSE Mental Health Services Dublin North City & County
North Dublin Bereavement Network members:
A Little Lifetime, Anam Cara, Barnardos Children’s Bereavement Service, Beaumont Hospital, Bethany Bereavement Support Group, Connolly Hospital, Cardiac Risk in the Young Ireland, Féileacáin (Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Association of Ireland), FirstLight, HSE Community Mental Health/National Office for Suicide Prevention, HUGG Healing Untold Grief Group, Irish Hospice Foundation, LMC Bereavement Support, Mater Hospital, Pieta, Rotunda Hospital, St Francis Hospice Dublin, Temple Street Hospital, The National Maternity Hospital.