Spotlight on taking care of yourself as a carer
January 3, 2022
June 20, 2022

“Resilience is the way we cope with stress and adversity in life. By learning new ways of thinking, behaving and interacting with others, we develop ways to cope even when life is tough.”

Put another way, resilience is building the ability to make choices when under pressure. Our primitive instincts are designed to protect us and can take over and make decisions for us, but this isn’t always helpful. Resilience gives us the awareness to notice this and the ability to choose how to act rather than a knee jerk reaction.

There are a number of ways we can build resilience that we will discuss in this session.

This session is for your if you would like to:

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 –

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Taking care of yourself
An opportunity to think about your wellbeing and develop a range of tools to enhance your resilience. You'll also get to meet other people in a similar situation.
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