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Dementia: Person Centred Care and Support

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Basic awareness for all front line staff in all health and social care environments, (residential, domiciliary, nursing and community), including volunteers, people living with conditions and personal assistants of care when funding may be used from personal health budgets for continuous healthcare.

Intended Audience Group
Aims and Objectives

Aim: To provide the knowledge required to enable the individual with dementia to experience well-being. Learners will be able to develop their knowledge of the person centred approach to dementia care and support.

Outcome: Define what a person centred approach is
Describe approaches that enable individuals with dementia to experience well-being.

Explain the different styles and tools that can be used and the benefit of these to encourage person centred thinking and planning. Explain the challenges of implementing person centred thinking and planning and how to overcome these to implement positive practice

Milton Keynes
Frequency / Length
As confirmed on application
Resource / Organisation
Milton Keynes Council
Training delivered by:
Face to face
Cost, Funded or Free
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