Dementia Awareness – Train the Trainer
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What’s covered on the day?
People living with dementia are often also living without any real understanding of their condition from those who support and care for them. This half day course has been designed to help Delegates understand what Dementia is, how it impacts somebody’s ability to function and the difficulties a client may face. It explores how legislation impacts on how we deliver care and how we can be involved in helping a client live their life to the fullest, despite a diagnosis of dementia.
As this is a theoretical course there is no practical assessment of learning, however, a knowledge assessment will be carried out. The tutor will be actively monitoring and reviewing the learner’s contributions and understanding and the learners will demonstrate this through the completed knowledge assessment during the course of the day.
Participants will conduct a supervised training session.
Number of Delegates: 10
Duration: Full Day
CPD Hours: 7
Participatory Hours: 5
- To gain an understanding of the function of the brain
- To be able to recognise the common signs and symptoms of Dementia
- To be able to identify common types of Dementia
- To be aware of the legislation surrounding caring for someone with Dementia
- To explore how we can support someone with Dementia
- Recognise good and bad training habits of the tutor
- Arrange the training room to the best format to accommodate the training
- Adjust presentation methods to meet the needs of the participants.
- Communicate on all levels with participants.
- Understand the importance of feedback and the usefulness of evaluation forms
Looking to book Dementia Awareness – Train the Trainer training?
We can deliver this course anywhere in the UK onsite or at a location of your choice.
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