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Sensory Impairment DeafBlind Health and Social Care Training Resources

Deafblind Sensory Awareness

Presentations - 1) Introduction to Deaf Blindness, 2) Communicating Effectively, 3) Communicating with Older People, 4) Health and Safety Awareness

Word Documents - 30 handouts, 12 learning activities

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Dementia Awareness Health and Social Care Training Resources

Dementia Awareness

Presentations - 1) Introduction to Dementia, 2) Understanding Dementia, 3) Drug Treatments, 4) Psychological Treatments, 5) Aggressive Behaviour, 6) Communication

Word Documents - 6 presentation handouts

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Dementia Activity Planning Person Centred Care Training Resources

Dementia - Activity Planning (Person Centred Care Planning)

This pack looks at Person Centred Care Planning in social care and Activity Planning for clients with Dementia. It focuses on the expectations of the Care Quality Commission. Activities in dementia are important for person centred care.

The main presentation is very large (87 slides) and can be spilt into smaller sessions if required or you can mix and match from all my slides to make your own tailored sessions. It contains built in learning activity/discussion points (87 slides including opening slide and objectives and citations/references) (83 slides of actual training delivery content).

Presentations - 1) Person Centred Care Planning in Dementia and Care Delivery, 2) Principles of Person-Centred Care

Word Documents - 3 handouts, 18 learning activities

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Understanding Brain Changes and Behaviour Dementia Care Training Resources

Dementia and Brain Changes/Resulting Behaviours

This pack includes teaching material that can be used for Level 2 and 3 units relating to dementia. It includes underpinning knowledge for common types of dementia, parts of the brain affected and specific changes in how a person with dementia behaves. Suitable for care settings, trainers, training agencies, lecturers etc.

Presentations - 1) The Brain and Affected Parts (Note – includes specifics of what a person with dementia can and cannot do), 2) Introduction to Dementia

Word Documents - 8 handouts, 2 case studies, 2 end of session assessments

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Managing Continence in Dementia Care Training Resources

Dementia and Managing Continence Awareness

This pack looks at continence issues for people with dementia. By the end of the learners will understand: Why continence can be a problem, Steps to be taken by managers and staff to manage continence issues in the care setting and at home (domiciliary care), Physical aspects that should be addressed, Professional involvement.

Presentation – Dementia and Continence

Word Documents - Case Studies (2 documents) Handouts (2 documents)

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Dementia and Diabetes Health and Social Care Training Resources

Dementia and Diabetes Awareness

Presentation - Dementia and Diabetes

Word Documents - 9 Hand-outs for the presentation, Mini Cog Test – Screening for Dementia

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Reminiscence Activities Dementia Care Training Resources

Dementia and Reminiscence Activities Awareness

For clients with dementia, talking about the past is both social interaction and an activity. Care staff should utilise each one-to-one interaction with a client as an opportunity for social interaction and activity. This training pack explains how to do this in normal everyday care situations. The pack also explains how this interaction can take place in group situations (rather than just the care worker and the client), how to create personal memory packs for clients. It is suitable as awareness training for all staff in care settings where there are clients with dementia. Useful also for trainers, training agencies and for use on full and part-time courses.

Presentations - 1) Communication during Everyday Activities, 2) Reminiscence Therapy (One to One), 3) Group Interactions

Word Documents - 2 presentation handouts

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Risk Assessmenr and Enablement Dementia Care Training Resources

Dementia and Risk Enablement

People with dementia face different types of risks. This pack (which follows current national Department for Health guidelines) explains the process of risk assessment as one of Risk Enablement, to ensure that clients retain as much independence as possible.

Presentation - Dementia and Risk Enablement

Word Documents - 3 handouts

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