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- Inclusion, Communication & Dementia [Workshop]
This workshop has been developed in collaboration with Trust partners, in an effort to provide a bridging platform for practitioners wishing to expand their knowledge and skills base in relation to service user inclusion, health promotion and early intervention in the care of the person with dementia.
Studied as a workshop, it will provide learning opportunities to any health professional involved in the care of older adults in any health or social care setting.
NOTE: This is a stand-alone workshop (£100). Please contact the School for further details. Workshops are not assessed. Please click here for its 5-credit equivalent.
Workshop Aim: To develop knowledge and skills to enhance communication and inclusive ways of working with the older adult who may be suffering from dementia.
Intended Learning Outcomes:
- Explore potential barriers to communication which could impact negatively on the experience of the person with dementia in the health or social care setting such as agnosia and dysphasia
- In the context of working with people who have dementia, the practitioner will be able to utilise a range of strategies to enhance communication, for example, alternative signage or documentation optimising person-centred care and promoting inclusive ways of working.
- Explain how a person may feel disempowered by communication processes in the care setting and how good communication can enhance a person’s experience of a care setting