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 hours when a person is not sleeping or having their personal care provided. How do your residents spend their time?
Whilst many people enjoy group activities, many do not. When living with the symptoms of a dementia engagement in meaningful activity can be a challenge.
This full-day workshop will take activity co-ordinators and care- staff through a framework to help them plan person-centred activity and teach them how to encourage others to put those plans into action using a whole team approach.
The workshop will give all members of staff the knowledge and skills to create and encourage meaningful activity in every interaction.
Please contact us to talk to one of our trainers about your needs.
Learners will be able to:
WHO IS IT FOR?Nurses, Care staff, Activity Co-ordinators, Domicillary staff, volunteers, Community groups working with those living with dementia.
(Learners will need to have an understanding and experience of working with people with dementia)
*£80 per head*Based on a minimum of 12 learners.
Price includes individual activity plan templates, evaluation tools for use in the workplace and certification.
Delivered at your place of work. (Travel not included.)