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Health Education England: Developing the Dementia Workforce
All learning groups including Primary Care staff
In response to the Prime Minister’s Challenge on Dementia 2020 and the 2015-16 Mandate from the Government to Health Education England (HEE) we are supporting the development of an informed and effective workforce for people living with dementia
This means health and social care staff involved in the care of people who may have dementia should have the necessary skills to provide the best quality care in the roles and settings where they work. This is being achieved through the delivery of effective basic training alongside continuous professional and vocational development in dementia.
This webpage contents include:
- Dementia education and learning
- Dementia training standards framework
- Through simulation 2
- Resources for Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3
- Dementia roadmap
- What works? in dementia training and assessment
Other links include:
Dementia Guide for Carers and Care Providers
Finding Patience: Raising awareness in the Afro/Caribbean community to facilitate early diagnosis
Fred’ story: highlighting unsafe mobility for people with dementia who may leave their place of care
The appointment: understanding the issues faced by someone living with dementia when attending appointments
Tier one and two training tools are available to all NHS staff via the e-Learning for Healthcare e-Dementia course, this can also be accessed through the NHS Electronic Staff Record system.
The Social Care Institute for Excellence also offer an Open Dementia programme which is free also to access.