Dementia Awareness Training

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  • One-on-One tutor led fully online course developed by a qualified professional
  • Accredited by CPD conforming to universally accepted continuing professional development.
  • Same day certificate
  • Once you have successfully completed the course your certificate can be immediately printed for audit and compliance purposes
  • This course is intended to give you an overview of the common types and symptoms of dementia
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Dementia Awareness Training CPD Approved

Is used to describe the symptoms that occur when the brain is affected by specific diseases and conditions.

Is a chronic progressive problem of cognition – which is failure of the brain’s functions.

IT affects people at different stages of life,

It affects different parts of the brain and it affects it at different speeds.

Dementia Awareness Training course is intended to give you an overview of the common types

and symptoms of dementia.

As well as going into how it can affect the brain in different ways.

It also covers strategies to use with clients with dementia and dealing with challenging behaviour.

Is intended for anyone who works with or around people that may be suffering with dementia.

Course Covers 

What Is Dementia?

The Brain

Types of Dementia

Strategies to Use with Clients with Dementia, 

Dealing with Challenging Behaviour

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Dementia is the name for a range of conditions that cause damage to the brain.

This damage can affect memory, thinking, language and the ability to carry out everyday tasks.

There are many conditions which cause dementia. Alzheimer’s is the most common cause.

Vascular dementia, dementia with Lewy bodies and Frontotemporal dementia are other causes.

Sometimes a person may experience a mix of two types of dementia and this is called mixed dementia.

Some people may be diagnosed with dementia

and it may not be possible to confirm if it is Alzheimer’s or another cause of dementia.