Understanding Person centred Dementia Care Accredited Award 12hrs

Understanding Person centred Dementia Care Accredited Award 12hrs

REF DO1SS2 | Care Certificate Standard 5, Dem 301, 308, 310,312

HSC Level 2 21/22/23/24/25 HSC level 3 31 32 33 35 328 332 HSC Level 4 41/42/43/45 L + M E1 A4 B2

This course contributes toward the recommended guided learning hours, you should carry out practice reflection, document and attach subsequent evidence from this training.

Summary

Ideal for group homes, this ODLQC Accredited dementia care course contributes toward the
recommended guided learning hours, you should carry out
practice reflection, document and attach subsequent
evidence from this training. The course involves use of the
SFC knowledge sets for Dementia Care and distance
learning dementia care workbook.

Designed to provide for managers, senior staff or care support workers an advanced accredited benchmark standard of Dementia care. Delivery methods will include reflective practice, intervention tools, group

work, case studies and visual presentation.

Who should attend?

This training is relevant to key workers and care staff with a basic
understanding of dementia care and who may be responsible for planning
care to clients in all care settings – hospital, residential, day care or fostercare
or in the client’s own home.

Proposed Learner Outcomes - The worker must be able to

1. Understand what dementia is
2. Understand key features of the theoretical models of dementia
3. Know the most common types of dementia and their causes
4. Understand factors relating to an individual’s experience of dementia
5. Learn more about the processes of the brain
6. Learn more about the three types of memory
7. Learn about the Kitwood standards
8. Reporting skills for dementia care using person centred approaches
9. Practice most common interventions
10. Learn more about the client/ carer relationship in Dementia care
11. Understand the effect of ambience and mood
12. Understand more about promoting positive behaviours
13. Learn more about the effects of medication on the individual
14. Identify key methods of approach that are practical to your own
environment
15. Complete, in small groups, case studies
16. Complete a multiple choice audit Action plan

How many candidates may attend?
This training is not limited in numbers.

Equivalent Relevant information

Exercises include:
♦ Myths and Facts: – a game that explores myths surrounding dementia sufferers
♦ Preconceptions :- The public and media perception of dementia sufferers
♦ Approaches in dementia care –an exercise contrasting person centred, institutional and holistic
approaches
♦ The Kitwood Challenge – try meeting the standards!
♦ Alzhiemers DVD :assorted clips and What do you see clip?
♦ Case studies
♦ Wandering around the room (empathy exercise)

1. For registered nurses who wish to incorporate this training into your PREP portfolio’s, you should carry
out practice reflection and attach subsequent evidence from this training
2. Certificates are issued for each candidate
3. A candidate assessment is required for post training and QCF auditing

The key points to remember are:
1. The training venue should be quiet and undisturbed.
2. Staff should not be expected to be on duty
3. Staff attending must remain for the entire length of the session to qualify for a certificate
N.B Registration details are kept by us for Seven years. It is important to register on the day.

 

 

Registration details are kept by us for Seven years and are legal documents. It is important to register in block capitals clearly on the day.

How to book your course

Please call us on 0208 144 9491. You can also submit our online booking enquiry form too.

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