Where Worlds Collide (Understanding Distress Behaviours Dementia Course) – CPD Accredited

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Dementia
Course No. 1040

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  • Online - Zoom 4 hour(s)
  • CPD Accredited (The CPD Group)
  • Certificate of Attendance
Available Funding:
Self Funded

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Course Outline

Our Where Worlds Collide course offers valuable insights into understanding and managing challenging behaviours in dementia care. Led by our experienced Dementia trainers.  This CPD Accredited course enables you to identify these behaviours as indicators of unmet needs and recognise triggers and emotional influences.

You’ll also learn the importance of accurate record-keeping and communication in managing such situations. This course emphasises that distress extends to patients’ families and explores comforting approaches through practical exercises. After completing this course, you’ll be better equipped to cultivate a compassionate and responsive environment in dementia care settings, leading to better outcomes for patients and their families.

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  • ​Recognise behaviours we may find difficult​
  • See behaviour as a form of communicating unmet needs​
  • Appreciate that all behaviours are as a result of a trigger​
  • Understand the common causes of distressed behaviour by people with dementia​
  • Understand how a person’s feelings and perception may affect their behaviour​
  • Recognise changes in the brain​
  • Recognise the importance of effective recording​
  • Understand the importance of effective communication​
  • Appreciate that distress is also experienced by family members​
  • Recognise different approaches and responses to comfort, support and reassure the person experiencing distress behaviour

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