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Do you care for people with dementia as part of your professional role? 

tide is offering two bespoke carer co-produced training programmes. Focusing on strategies for dealing with Distressed Behaviours and best practice approaches of Life Story Work for Health & Social Care Professionals. We are offering modules on both these topics for the end of March. 

Each course is co-delivered by tide's training team with long-established careers in dementia services and carers of people living with dementia who have lived experience. Throughout the course material, you will be able to draw on professional experience, speak with carers directly, and will be provided with a resource pack of provisions to support you in your role.

tide Training for Dementia Professionals is accredited by Skills for Care and counts towards your CPD. These programmes offer you the opportunity to find new ways of supporting those in your care.

For more details about each training session and how to register, please see below. 

 
Accredited by Skills for Care


Distressed Behaviour in People with Dementia 

Distressed Behaviour has been created from the well-established “Knowing Me Pro!” from together in dementia everyday (tide). This course focuses on People living with Dementia experiencing Distressed Behaviour. The resource is suitable for staff supporting those living in a care home, the community or in hospital.

The course focuses on distressed behaviour as a form of communication of an unmet need, enabling new approaches to support people with dementia with complex needs. Participants will gain an in-depth understanding of factors associated in assessing and creating personalised approaches to distressed behaviour, helping to enrich the lives of the people living with dementia and those who care for them.



Wed 3rd May and Wed 10th May 2023 9.30am-1pm

Life Story Work for People with Dementia 

Life Story Work is a valuable tool in providing relationship based and person-centred care and the process of eliciting and capturing people’s stories about what matters to them – in the past, present and the future. It enables us to see people as individuals in the context of their relationships, enabling their rights to be respected and valued.

The training outlines Life Story Work as a versatile tool, easily utilised by professionals providing a rich history of information essential for appropriate person-centred support. By exploring the evidence base and philosophy for Life Story Work, you will understand the practical benefits for people with dementia, carers and paid professionals.

Training Modules include:

1. An in-depth Introduction and Carer’s Story

2. The Principles; Concerns, Consent, Confidentiality and the Outcomes

3. Fundamentals and Ideas for Getting Started, Practical Tips and Techniques


Wed, 18th May 2023, 09:30 – 16:30 

Why book tide training? 

 
At tide, we involve carers of people with dementia in everything we do. That's why we call our training "carer-led". We understand what people affected by dementia really need. Over the years, we have learned from the perspective of those who care for their loved ones every day. 

What attendees have to say...
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" Brings things to life - important to really think about the people we are working alongside. Important to be reminded of how carers can feel dismissed and unheard by statutory services at such a vulnerable time in their lives. Lovely to see the videos and hear such personal, unique stories." 

"Without a doubt, the best training I have ever attended!"

"The training was informative and effective to improve understanding distressed behaviour as daily basis on my role. We had the opportunity to discuss specific cases and actively interacted with each other."

"Direct personal experience is always compelling to hear about."





Find out more about our training for dementia professionals on our website.

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