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Challenging Behaviour in Dementia Training

Time: 9.30 am - 4.30 pm Venue: NPTC Campus, Coleg Powys, Llanidloes Road, Newtown SY16 4HU Aim

 

Our course aims to enable participants to explore in greater depth the nature and effects of dementia upon individuals. It will identify the principles behind person centred care, and will help participants to identify ways in which they can apply person centred care in the work place.

To identify and recognise the range of signs and symptoms of dementia

To identify the essential components of person centred care, and develop greater confidence and competence in delivering person centred care to clients with dementia

 

Key Learning Outcomes

 

To consider various techniques for communicating successfully with people with dementia, including strategies for responding appropriately to delusions and hallucinations.

To identify some of the challenging behaviours displayed by clients with dementia, and discuss effective solutions.

To examine some of the reasons why clients with dementia may become malnourished, and examine various strategies to help improve their nutritional status.

 

To book your place please either contact PCC Training Department: 01597 827330 or email pwbotu@powys.gov.uk

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Challenging Behaviour in Dementia Training

Time: 9.30 am - 4.30 pm Venue: NPTC Campus, Coleg Powys, Llanidloes Road, Newtown SY16 4HU Aim

 

Our course aims to enable participants to explore in greater depth the nature and effects of dementia upon individuals. It will identify the principles behind person centred care, and will help participants to identify ways in which they can apply person centred care in the work place.

To identify and recognise the range of signs and symptoms of dementia

To identify the essential components of person centred care, and develop greater confidence and competence in delivering person centred care to clients with dementia

 

Key Learning Outcomes

 

To consider various techniques for communicating successfully with people with dementia, including strategies for responding appropriately to delusions and hallucinations.

To identify some of the challenging behaviours displayed by clients with dementia, and discuss effective solutions.

To examine some of the reasons why clients with dementia may become malnourished, and examine various strategies to help improve their nutritional status.

 

To book your place please either contact PCC Training Department: 01597 827330 or email pwbotu@powys.gov.uk