Training

Helping Individuals and Professionals Support People with Dementia

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Training 

 

Memory Matters’ courses are energetic, interactive and enjoyable and will increase staff’s understanding of the key concepts of person-centred care.

The positive learning experience we provide will enthuse your staff and engage them in understanding the needs and experience of people living with dementia. Our courses inspire a deeper understanding of staff’s influential and essential role in enriching the lives of people living with dementia; increasing dignity, value and creative care.

Run Memory Matters Workshops in Your Venue

Learn how your venue can be a front runner in making Memory Matters workshops accessible to ALL people living with mild to moderate dementia in your community. Whilst researchers work hard behind the scenes to find effective prevention for dementia,…

Exploring Dementia

This interactive dementia workshop uses creative and engaging techniques that will have you interested from the moment it begins! All of us will find ourselves in a role in life, through work or personally where we are interacting with people who…

Activity Provision & Dementia

A Jam-packed, thought-provoking day that will arm Activity Co-ordinators and Care Staff with all the skills required to engage every person in their care in meaningful activity.  In an average day in a care home there are between 10- 12…

Cognitive Stimulation Therapy Training

Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) has been proven to be as effective as some of the anti-dementia drugs and the evidence is growing. Memory Matters use the principles of Cognitive Stimulation Therapy in all that we do, and you can be…

Understanding Behaviour & Dementia

One of the most common mistakes we make with dementia is judging behaviours as problematic, before taking time to look creatively at behaviour as a form of communication. More people living with dementia & complex needs are being cared for in…

Managing Behaviour & Dementia in Acute Clinical Environments

Environment is key when it comes to caring for someone living with a dementia and all would agree that a hospital environment is not the most familiar, relaxing or positively stimulating environment for any individual. It is estimated that approximately…