Home Funeral Practicum 2.0
For many who are dying their preference is to be at home versus a hospital.
The Home Funeral Practicum provides experience, knowledge, and skills to help you legally and confidently care for someone after death. This training perfectly suits death doulas who are seeking post death-care education and practical training.
We'll have live models to practice moving, washing, dressing, casketing and vigiling. As participation fosters healing you'll paint a casket and take part in meaningful rituals and ceremony.
Whether you design and perform a home funeral vigil by yourself, with a death doula/home funeral guide and/or a licensed funeral director by taking this training you'll gain a thorough understanding of home funerals with their many challenges, BC legalities, permits, health considerations and ethics of this emerging movement.
We believe reviving old-fashioned, family directed, home vigils/wakes has far-reaching, positive benefits for our children, ourselves and the culture at large: greater peace, enhanced connectivity to and appreciation for life!
For more information please visit the HFPracticum website.
Instructor: Don Morris, M.Ed founding director of the HFP is a retired funeral director, cemeterian, and psychotherapist in Victoria, BC. A pioneer in the field of death and dying Don brought the Green Burial Council to Canada in 2010, consulted to CINDEA, opened Canada's first Death Cafe and co-created Community Deathcare Canada. He is an active member of Victoria's Chevra Kaddisha Holy Burial Society and a faculty member at Yonder Virtual School of Community Deathcaring in Canada (Nova Scotia).
Email Don @ email@example.com with any questions or call/text 250.580.2121. Thank you.
After February 15th the $100 deposit is non-refundable except in the case of a death or if workshop is canceled. Deposits and payments may be transferred to another person if you are unable to attend.
Hosted by Don and Elizabeth Morris (View)
Address provided after purchase.
Victoria, BC V8S 3V7
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|