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Positive Approaches to Care - Introduction

Date: 4th November 2019

Venue: Bronllys Hospital

Target audience: staff at all grades and levels from Mental Health and Learning Disabilities services, acute sector, Local Authority, Care Homes.

Aim: Supports the foundations of care by providing participates with an awareness of Positive Approaches to Care (PAC) skills to improve everyday care for people. PAC was developed to support people living with a dementia by equipping both the formal and informal carers with specific skills aimed at understanding what it is like to have dementia. It is a strengths-based approach focusing on abilities and skills that remain for an individual rather than deficits. PAC illustrates these remaining skills and abilities by classifying these into six precious GEMs. PAC explains changes in the brain to why people may behave in a certain way.

To book a place please contact; Heather Wenban, Dementia Lead - Heather.wenban(at)wales.nhs.uk

 

Y Gynulleidfa Darged: staff ar bob gradd a lefel o wasanaethau Iechyd Meddwl ac Anableddau Dysgu, y sector acíwt, yr Awdurdod Lleol, Cartrefi Gofal.

Nod: Yn cefnogi sylfeini gofal trwy ddarparu ymwybyddiaeth i gyfranogwyr o sgiliau Dulliau Cadarnhaol at Ofal (PAC) i wella gofal bob dydd i bobl. Datblygwyd PAC i gefnogi pobl sy'n byw gyda dementia trwy arfogi'r gofalwyr ffurfiol ac anffurfiol â sgiliau penodol gyda'r nod o ddeall sut brofiad yw cael dementia. Mae'n ddull sy'n seiliedig ar gryfderau sy'n canolbwyntio ar alluoedd a sgiliau sy'n aros i unigolyn yn hytrach na diffygion. Mae PAC yn dangos y sgiliau a'r galluoedd hyn sy'n weddill trwy ddosbarthu'r rhain yn chwe GEM gwerthfawr. Mae PAC yn egluro newidiadau yn yr ymennydd i pam y gall pobl ymddwyn mewn ffordd benodol.

I archebu lle, cysylltwch Heather Wenban, Arweinydd Dementia - Heather.wenban(at)wales.nhs.uk

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Positive Approaches to Care - Introduction

Date: 4th November 2019

Venue: Bronllys Hospital

Target audience: staff at all grades and levels from Mental Health and Learning Disabilities services, acute sector, Local Authority, Care Homes.

Aim: Supports the foundations of care by providing participates with an awareness of Positive Approaches to Care (PAC) skills to improve everyday care for people. PAC was developed to support people living with a dementia by equipping both the formal and informal carers with specific skills aimed at understanding what it is like to have dementia. It is a strengths-based approach focusing on abilities and skills that remain for an individual rather than deficits. PAC illustrates these remaining skills and abilities by classifying these into six precious GEMs. PAC explains changes in the brain to why people may behave in a certain way.

To book a place please contact; Heather Wenban, Dementia Lead - Heather.wenban(at)wales.nhs.uk

 

Y Gynulleidfa Darged: staff ar bob gradd a lefel o wasanaethau Iechyd Meddwl ac Anableddau Dysgu, y sector acíwt, yr Awdurdod Lleol, Cartrefi Gofal.

Nod: Yn cefnogi sylfeini gofal trwy ddarparu ymwybyddiaeth i gyfranogwyr o sgiliau Dulliau Cadarnhaol at Ofal (PAC) i wella gofal bob dydd i bobl. Datblygwyd PAC i gefnogi pobl sy'n byw gyda dementia trwy arfogi'r gofalwyr ffurfiol ac anffurfiol â sgiliau penodol gyda'r nod o ddeall sut brofiad yw cael dementia. Mae'n ddull sy'n seiliedig ar gryfderau sy'n canolbwyntio ar alluoedd a sgiliau sy'n aros i unigolyn yn hytrach na diffygion. Mae PAC yn dangos y sgiliau a'r galluoedd hyn sy'n weddill trwy ddosbarthu'r rhain yn chwe GEM gwerthfawr. Mae PAC yn egluro newidiadau yn yr ymennydd i pam y gall pobl ymddwyn mewn ffordd benodol.

I archebu lle, cysylltwch Heather Wenban, Arweinydd Dementia - Heather.wenban(at)wales.nhs.uk