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Luke Tanner

exceptional approaches to dementia care for exceptional dementia carers

Luke Tanner is a Dementia Care Trainer, Therapist & Author of "Embracing Touch in Care" with extensive experience in developing exceptional dementia care homes across Ireland and the U.K. Luke helps care homes develop confident and compassionate care teams by training care staff in Touch, Non-Verbal Communication and Later Stage Dementia Care. 

Luke is dedicated to creating places where people with a dementia can feel free, secure and able and live without fear of stigmatisation or isolation. If you share this vision of care enquire further about his training, therapy and consultancy work. 

MAKE CONFIDENT & COMPASSIONATE CARE TEAMS

Enquire about Luke's open workshops and in house training days.

 

 Dementia Care Therapy

 

ARE YOU A LONDON BASED CARE HOME?

Invite Luke to join your care team.

CREATE AN INSPIRATIONAL CULTURE OF CARE

Develop an effective strategy to achieve the quality of care you aspire to deliver.

Restoring Trust in The Power of Touch

PUBLISHED MAY 2017!

‘A welcome addition to our field. This book celebrates the potential of touch while also confronting its challenges, and helps to ensure that touch takes its rightful place as integral to person-centred care.’

Dr Murna Downs, Head of the School of Dementia Studies, University of Bradford

‘Individual person-centred care is a key aspect of improving the quality of life for people with dementia. There are many approaches to this and having a range of techniques available that can help, where appropriate, to improve relationships are key. Luke Tanner should be congratulated at describing, so adroitly, touch as one such approach.’

Alistair Burns, Professor of Old Age Psychiatry, University of Manchester

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Next open workshop.

Embracing Touch in Dementia Care

- 13/09/17 

 

London