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Consultancy

ENHANCing QUALITY OF LIFE WITH PERSON CENTRED APPROACHES

Get a specialist late stage dementia care service

Keep people living in care busy with simple everyday activities

Have stress free care with less distressing behaviours

Make confident & compassionate care teams with exceptional communication skills

Let the environment do the work with therapeutic spaces matched to people's needs

Use individual life history to individualise care giving

Find ways to protect individual freedoms and rights responsibly

Having worked as a trainer and consultant for Dementia Care Matters since 2013, Luke has extensive experience of helping Care Home Managers to identify and remove the obstacles that prevent the service from realising its full potential. 

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Begin with a 1 day quality of life observation & consultancy report

providing you with a framework for developing outstanding care within your service. 

PRICES STARTING FROM £750


WHO DO I WORK WITH

Dementia Care Providers, Charities, Training & Culture Change Organisations, Universities & Colleges and Family Carers 


INSPIRING CHANGE THAT EVERYONE CAN FEEL PART OF

Innovative  - I draw upon a deep understanding of person centred philosophy and practise, social psychology, contemporary attachment theory and the ingenuity of the 100's of care workers I have consulted in culture change programmes across the UK and Ireland to achieve something exceptional and unique to your own care setting

Sensitive - As a practicing psychotherapist I am highly sensitive to the needs of people visiting, living and working in dementia care settings and the range of feelings that positive changes can provoke

Ambitious - I aim to achieve exceptionally high levels of quality of life for people living with a dementia. This means delivering real changes that people living, working and visiting the home can see

Collaborative - I believe everyone needs to be involved in order to create a person centred culture of care

Fun - If it does't include staff having some fun then it won't get very far or go very fast!

Affordable! - I want to help make specialist person centred dementia care available to anyone who needs it

From the start of working with Luke he has always given tremendous support and advice. This has been invaluable in adopting methods to change the culture of care.
— Ruth Abbs, Clinica Lead, Andrew Cohen House.