In 2017 Felicity Warner was awarded two top national Awards for her work. She was named End of Life Care Champion of the year 2017 by The National Council for Palliative Care at the House of Lords.
Felicity was presented with an engraved plaque and framed citation by Dame Joan Bakewell The award which was sponsored by the Royal College of Nursing, was for her work in creating the Soul Midwives movement and also the TLC Caring Communities Project.
” to have the validation and support of the UK’s top clinician’s and policy makers is a major step forward for Soul Midwives and the work we do. I am absolutely delighted to have won this prestigious award, but I’m sharing the honour with all our wonderful Soul Midwives who are helping the dying in many places ” says Felicity.
She was also named End of Life Doula of the Year by The Good Funeral Awards in recognition of her services to the bereaved.
“Our message is always about doing ordinary work with extra ordinary love supporting the dying and their families, promoting end of life education, and collaborating with important community projects
We have many important new collaborations with the NHS and various UK hospices in the pipeline and some community partnerships ….. more of this later
Our TLC project ( tender, loving, care) has spread throughout the UK in many care homes and other caring organisations spreading love and care where ever it’s given.
If you are looking for help and support for a dying loved one, contact us and we’ll aim to put you in touch with a Soul Midwife within 24 hours
If you only manage to help one person at the end of life by understanding more about death and dying you will have given them a unique and vital gift
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