Exploring Dementia

Exploring Dementia

This interactive training workshop uses creative and engaging techniques that will have you interested from the moment it begins!

EVERYONE will interact with someone living with dementia. Sometimes we can feel lost in knowing the best way to approach, or what to say and the sad fact is that the outcome of this is that people shy away from saying anything at all or avoiding conversations incase they get it wrong.

People with dementia need human connection more than anything else and you can make an amazing difference in your community if you can do this confidently and with an understanding of some of the difficulties you can help with.

This workshop will give you an understanding of:

Common Symptoms and their impact on communication, perception and relationships and how your approach can make a difference.
Useful communication techniques.
Positive and enabling activities.
How to support someone to live well with dementia.
Engaging Exercises to help you.
Explore some symptoms.
Have successful interactions.
Think creatively about dementia in your community.
Suitable for anyone who would like to learn more about dementia.
Delivered by trainers with real experience in community, inpatient and care home setting and so can deliver to your requirements in any setting.

WHO IS IT FOR?

Suitable for anyone who would like to learn more about dementia.

CLIENT FEEDBACK

"This course is fascinating, engaging and thought provoking and will help me no end in my conversations with people living with dementia and their families."

TRAINING DATES

Booking essential - click on link to book

Thursday July 5th 2018
09:30 - 12:30
Tuesday September 11th 2018
09:30 - 12:30
Wednesday December 5th 2018
13:00 - 16:00

*£35 per head

*70p booking charge applies for online booking or £5 administration fee if invoice required.

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