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Training

BUILDing confident & compassionate care teams 

National Dementia Care Congress JDC 2013

National Dementia Care Congress JDC 2013

OPEN WORKSHOPS & IN HOUSE TRAINING DAYS FOR ASPIRATIONAL CARE PROVIDERS AIMING TO -

  •  EMPOWER CARE STAFF WITH A RANGE OF PERSON CENTRED APPROACHES

  • help carers communicate more effectively with people with a dementia

  • DELIVER EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY OF LIFE FOR PEOPLE WITH A DEMENTIA   

Embracing Touch in Dementia Care

ENSURING SAFE, EFFECTIVE AND COMPASSIONATE USE OF TOUCH IN CARE

As part of a Butterfly Home we promote a compassionate person centred & strong relationship ethos. The Touch in Care training helped staff to understand that at times we all need to be reached and held, it enabled people to let go of the old culture of it not being professional to hold and hug a person, it was a lightbulb moment for many to experience what occurs when someone gives you time and closeness – I would strongly recommend this training.
— Lesley Hobbs, Manager, Deerhurst. Brunel Care.
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Next Open workshop 13/09/17

NCVO, 8 ALL SAINTS STREET LONDON N19RL


Non-verbal Communication Skills

REACHING TOWARDS DEEPER LEVELS OF COMMUNICATION & CONNECTING TO PEOPLE WITH ADVANCE DEMENTIA  

Excellent training session. Began with the theory behind the practical suggestions on reducing stress. Very interesting. Moved on to addressing these issues in a care home setting. Very well presented in a positive manner. Right mix of theory and practical suggestions. I would thoroughly recommend to anyone working in the field of ‘dementia care
— Alan McVitty. Admiral Nurse, working in the community.
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Next Open Workshop

11/10/17

 


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Later Stage Dementia Care

DEVELOP A SPECIALIST APPROACH TO THE CARE OF PEOPLE EXPERIENCING THE LATE STAGES OF DEMENTIA

Luke demonstrates a great deal of empathy and insight in his training. He connects real life practical situations with theory and research and in doing so engages with the variety of learning styles that always exist in a group of participants. Luke is well liked by participants, engaging, fun and always able to communicate the theory behind his work to the people he works with.
— Helen Walton. Operations Director. Church Farm Nursing Homes.


Luke also offers a range of other workshops in person centred approaches that enable care providers to - reduce distressing behaviours - keep people busy with everyday activities - enrich caregiving environment to occupy - adapt caregiving to peoples individual life history and stage of dementia. For other bespoke workshops specific to your services needs enquire further.