Do you know someone who is currently suffering from dementia? Whether you currently work in a care facility or a family member has recently been diagnosed, there is no doubt that this condition can present a number of challenges. This is why learning about the various coping strategies is critical in order to enhance one's overall quality of life. The experts at First Medical Training have therefore created a three-hour course intended to cover a host of relevant topics so that you are better prepared for what the future may have in store.
A Quick Course Overview
Those who are employed within the healthcare sector will be provided with an in-depth look at the clinical signs of dementia and how they affect the individual in question. They will then gain insight into the personal experience of dementia from the point of view of the sufferer. This includes how dementia physically impacts the brain as well as its influence upon emotions and cognition. Finally, the proctor will address how those who are currently experiencing dementia can be more effectively supported. The primary intention is to enhance their quality of life while ensuring their health and safety.
As there is currently no known cure for dementia, proactive care is often one of the best options. First Medical Training is quite pleased to be able to offer this course and as spots will fill up quickly, please confirm that you will be attending as soon as possible.