Understanding Dementia Seminars on 28th November

Support, information and guidance to help you through your journey.

At Cherry Wood Grange Care Home we understand the challenges many families face when supporting a loved one with dementia and are here to help you every step of the way.

We would like to welcome you to attend our event on 28th November 2017 where leading social care consultant and trainer, Tim Dallinger will run three seminars, as well as one to one sessions throughout the day. Tim has a wealth of experience spanning 28 years in providing information and support in the area of dementia care.

Who is this event for?

• Anyone who is interested in learning more about dementia
• People who are worried about dementia and want to find out more
• People who have a relative or friend with dementia and want to be able to understand how to better support them
• Health and social care professionals who wish to refresh or update their knowledge

When is it?

28th November 2017

Seminar times:

  • 10am – 11.30am
  • 2pm – 3.30pm
  • 6pm – 7.30pm

One to one appointments throughout the day from 9am – 6pm

The seminars will cover:

•What is dementia, definitions plus some fascinating facts and figures
•Common types of dementia, signs, symptoms, prognosis and progression
•Supporting people who have dementia
•Coping with memory loss
•Managing behaviour which challenges us
•Recognising our own feelings about dementia and some techniques to manage these whether as a professional, relative, friend or as an individual

To book a place please call 01245 918 200 or email: events.cherrywood@carebase.org.uk

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