All dementia training workshops that we offer are presented in a lively, motivating style with innovative practical exercises that engage learners of all abilities.
We pride ourselves in delivering sessions that are bespoke and can cover many aspects including:
My brain and Dementia
What does dementia do to the brain and how does this effect behaviour?
In my world
Experiential learning; ‘walk in the shoes' of someone with dementia.
Introducing and identifying person-centred and malignant care.
Listening to me
Exploring issues of communication. Effective communication with people living with dementia.
Understanding my distress
A look at common reasons for behaviours that challenge staff and how these can be alleviated.
Keeping Busy Activity and occupation for people living with dementia
What participants have said:
"Really good session- just the right sort of level of information delivered well by a friendly and intelligent trainer. Thank you" J. Robinson
"Really enjoyed format and style. Thank you for your time, really useful" W. Shaw
"Thank you, such a real and positive session- practical/ factual- great balance of activity and allowed for own emotional reactions." A Batson
"Hugely insightful" P Lacey
"Gives me confidence to try things out in real life situations" T Nicholls
"Excellent, really interesting, amazing work you do" V Bryant
Learners will receive:
Links to Skills for Care; Dementia
1.1, 1.2, 1.5, 1.6, 2.2, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3