Dementia and Communication

Dementia and Communication

This half day workshop covers how to better communicate with a person who is living with dementia. 

The workshop covers how we give and receive information, verbal strategies to better be understood, as well as body language and physical touch.

It explores how the person with dementia is communicating with you and how to determine when they need to.

This workshop will help you and your team to make positive personal connections.

Learners will leave the workshop with a personalised action plan to take forward to embed their new skills into practice.


Who is it for?

residential care workers, nursing staff, personal carers, personal assistants, family carers. Memory Cafe Volunteers, Medical and nursing students.

For more information please contact us.


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