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Our Delirium Awareness training has been designed to increase your knowledge about delirium
‘The prevalence of delirium in the community is 1-2 per cent but this rises to 14 per cent in people over 85, and in nursing homes or post-acute care settings, can be up to 60 per cent’ (British Geriatric Society). Delirium is a serious condition that is quite common but treatable. It often begins in someone who has been unwell. It is more common in elderly people, people who have had surgery and or infections, and people living with dementia. In this course, we help delegates to understand the signs and symptoms of delirium, and offer practical advice and guidance on what to do if you someone you has delirium, or you suspect that they do, and how best to support someone delirium and other conditions.
What does Delirium Awareness cover?
- What the signs and symptoms of delirium are
- Learn the difference between delirium and other conditions like depression and dementia
- Who gets delirium and why.
- How delirium is diagnosed
- Learn what the 4AT Delirium diagnostic tool is
- What treatments and support are available
Who is our Delirium Awareness for?
Anyone supporting people living with dementia or elderly – elderly care settings, hospitals, health care professionals, health, and social care workers. Anyone supporting someone who has just had surgery, or who has had infections. Whatever your role in dementia care, our understanding delirium course will give you the knowledge, skills, and confidence in caring for people with delirium and other conditions.
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to…
- Learn what delirium is
- Be able to recognise signs and symptoms of delirium
- Understand the difference between delirium and other conditions like dementia
- Have useful practical tips on intervention in helping manage the symptoms of delirium
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