The dementia E-learning modules below have been designed to familiarise health and social care staff with approaches you can take to enable people living with dementia and their family carers to live as well as possible.
 
The interactive sessions have been written by a multi-professional team with backgrounds in education, gerontology, nursing, occupational therapy, patient and public involvement, pharmacy, psychology and speech and language therapy.
 
 
 
14 results found.
Communication, Interaction and Behaviour in Dementia Care
This module is for all staff working with people with dementia, it will introduce ways to facilitate effective communication with people living with dementia. It will help you to understand the communicative impairments as well as the retained abilities that individuals with dementia may experience and the variety of ways people with dementia may communicate their needs and preferences. Online Learning
Date: 01/01/2044
Session Session Date Session Length Session Venue
Online Learning

Anytime 30 Minutes At your desk
Dementia Awareness
This online learning module is for anyone working with or caring for people with Dementia and seeks to support you to improve the wellbeing and experience of people with dementia and of the care staff working with them. Online Learning
Date: 01/01/2044
Session Session Date Session Length Session Venue
Online Learning

Anytime 40 minutes At your desk
Dementia Identification, Assessment and Diagnosis
This module is for all staff working with people with dementia, it will explore the identification, assessment and diagnosis of dementia and the benefits of an early diagnosis.

It will investigate what the assessment process entails and how it is experienced by people with dementia, stressing why it is important to ensure sensitive, person-centred assessment and appropriate and timely post-diagnostic support.
Online Learning
Date: 01/01/2044
Session Session Date Session Length Session Venue
Online Learning

Anytime 35 Minutes At your desk
Dementia Risk, Reduction and Prevention
This module is for all staff working with people with dementia, it will look at how behaviour in adult life may link with risks of developing certain types of dementia and how lifestyle change may delay onset or slow progression. It examines what factors affect people's ability to make lifestyle changes, how to convey key messages and how to signpost people to support for making changes. Online Learning
Date: 01/01/2044
Session Session Date Session Length Session Venue
Online Learning

Anytime 30 Minutes At your desk
End of Life Dementia Care
This module is for all staff working with people with dementia, It will explore how to ensure high quality, compassionate and co-ordinated end of life care for people with dementia, meeting their physical and psychological needs and paying attention to the needs of their families. Online Learning
Date: 01/01/2044
Session Session Date Session Length Session Venue
Online Learning

Anytime 40 Minutes At your desk
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Dementia Care
This module is for all staff working with people with dementia, it will investigate how factors such as stigma, age, gender, and ethnicity affect the experience of living with or caring for people with dementia.

It will offer guidance on how to adapt your practice to address discrimination and tailor care and services to meet the diverse needs of people affected by dementia.
Online Learning
Date: 01/01/2044
Session Session Date Session Length Session Venue
Online Learning

Anytime 30 Minutes At your desk
Families and Carers as Partners in Dementia Care
This module is for all staff working with people with dementia, it will explore the roles, needs, rights and experiences of family members caring for a relative living with dementia. It will describe ways to support and work in partnership with family carers. Online Learning
Date: 01/01/2044
Session Session Date Session Length Session Venue
Online Learning

Anytime 35 Minutes At your desk
Health and Wellbeing in Dementia Care
This module is for all staff working with people with dementia, it will will explore how to ensure health and wellbeing for people with dementia.

It will also look at ways to promote health and wellbeing and ways to notice changes that might signify a decline in someone's health.
Online Learning
Date: 01/01/2044
Session Session Date Session Length Session Venue
Online Learning

Anytime 30 Minutes At your desk
Law, Ethics and Safeguarding in Dementia Care
This module is for all staff working with people with dementia, it will provides an overview of your duty of care to ensure safe practice. It describes the requirements of the Mental Capacity Act which include that you are to always act in the best interests of people living with dementia who may lack capacity to make a particular decision.

It also discusses the requirement that you can recognise and act on neglect, abuse, or exploitation in your or your colleagues' practice with reference to safeguarding procedures.
Online Learning
Date: 01/01/2044
Session Session Date Session Length Session Venue
Online Learning

Anytime 40 Minutes At your desk
Leadership in Transforming Dementia Care
This module is for all staff working with people with dementia, it will introduce you to the key policy drivers and evidence base that inform high quality, compassionate, person-centered care practices.

It will help you to understand how you can use leadership skills to work collaboratively with your colleagues to implement evidence-based practice and maintain a high level of care.
Online Learning
Date: 01/01/2044
Session Session Date Session Length Session Venue
Online Learning

Anytime 30 Minutes At your desk

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