Advanced Care Planning for Dementia Overview:
Advance care planning is defined as the ‘voluntary process of discussion and review to help an individual who has the capacity to anticipate how their condition may affect them in the future and if they wish, set on record their choices about care, treatment, and future decision making’.
Are you an individual? Head to our individual's section for more information.
The course is delivered over 1 day
Our group training is offered for 3-15 attendees per trainer
This training is available to be delivered in a environment.
What is covered:
This one-day course explores the process of Advanced Care Planning and ensures attendees understands the laws, rights and barriers around the process for those living with Dementia.
It will explore areas of financial planning, care and end of life plans and improving the communication skills to allow a persons choices to be supported.
Who is the course for?
This course is for groups and organisations.
What will you achieve?
- Explain what an Advanced Care Plan is and when to start the process
- To identify the rights of people living with dementia to maintain their uniqueness, respect and diversity
- Plan how to support people living with dementia to make their own choices
- To discuss potential barriers for staff supporting people living with dementia and consider possible solutions
- List who the person living with dementia might want to help them when making decisions
- Outline the need for confidentiality to be maintained
- Define the legal process that supports an Advanced Care Plan.
“Excellent, hands on learning made fun and interactive. trainer answered every question and was very informative but also fun.”
“Trainer was brilliant making the course very easy to learn and very enjoyable. Thank you.”
“I really liked the trainer's style and method of training. This trainer is the best trainer I have ever had.”
“Trainer had good knowledge backed up with good humour the course worked really well. Clear and concise.”
“Very good course trainer has great knowledge of his subject and presents the course in a relaxed manner.”