ENHANCING SPIRITUAL CARE CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS:
Professor Robin Taylor: click HERE
Rev Sheila Mitchell: click HERE
Ruth Aird and Maureen O'Neill: click HERE
Edinburgh Inter Faith Association
The Leveson Centre
Centre for Aging and Spirituality
Centre for Aging and Pastoral Studies
Selwyn Centre for Ageing and Spirituality
The Ignatian Spirituality Centre
Chariots of Fire - an educational tool provided by Damaris http://www.damaris.org/chariots
Author/editor: Harriet Mowat and Maureen O'Neill
Publisher: IRISS - contact FiOP
about definitions of spirituality as part of faith, for those with no faith; origins and influences of understandings abut spirituality; spiritual care of the elderly and 14 defined spiritual needs of Koenig.
Author/editor: Gerry Burke
Title: Spirituality: Roots and Routes
Publisher: Age Concern
A secular reflection on the practice of spiritual care.
Author/editor: Christopher Jamieson
Title: Finding Sanctuary: Monastic Steps for Everyday Life
As featured in the TV series, The Monastery. The first part of the book looks at the origins of our 'busy-ness' and then offers 'a way into sanctuary - a door through which we can enter sacred space'. He tells us that 'before he could offer sanctuary he had to find it'. The book is very well structured, based on the rules of St Benedict and offers ways to apply these monastic steps to everyday life. See their website: www.worthabbey.net
DVD's available from Faith in Older People:
Tidying the Drawer
- a teaching aid produced by Mary Moffett relating to her work in Colinton to be used as part of a workshop is available as a video and a DVD.
‘It's still ME, Lord...’
A DVD exploring Spirituality and Dementia - produced by Caritas Social Action Network. View the film online.
Spirituality - have you found any yet?
This DVD was jointly produced by Faith in Older People, Alzheimer's Scotland and Artlink Scotland. The DVD will be available to care homes throughout Scotland to encourage staff in ensuring that people's spiritual needs are met. View the preview online.
Who will hold my soul?
Dementia, friendship and the spirituality of caring communities.