Spotlight on managing changes in movement and sensation
It is an opportunity to focus specifically on some of the motor and sensory challenges which can occur for a person with dementia alongside support strategies which can really impact on the well-being of the person and your ability to cope with the challenges. These challenges may include sequencing everyday tasks such as getting dressed, eating a meal, sensations, and spatial awareness. By understanding the challenges for the person with dementia, this session will provide you with the knowledge that you have the ability and skills to support some of these challenges.
This session is for you if:
- you would like to learn about how changes in the brain can affect what the person senses and the complexity of the everyday tasks we complete daily
- you would like some ideas for simplifying tasks and help the persons sensory awareness
- you want to spend time with experienced healthcare professionals who will answer your questions in a safe, supportive environment
- you would like to meet other people who are taking care of a friend or family member with dementia in a similar situation
Our courses for family carers are designed specifically for family and friends of people with dementia however we do understand that sometimes attending as a professional can be useful. It will enable you to recommend our courses to family and friends of people with dementia that you support, and to find out more about how carers feel about the issues that they face with different types of dementia. There is a cost associated with attending our courses as a professional, get in touch to find out more – 020 3096 7894 – email@example.com