Dignity In Care Overview:
Dignity in care means the kind of care, in any setting, which supports and promotes, and does not undermine, a person’s self- respect regardless of any difference. While ‘dignity’ may be difficult to define, what is clear is that people know when they have not been treated with dignity and respect.
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The course is delivered over 3 hours
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 half day course aims to:
Enable attendees to define the term ‘dementia’ and recognise the main signs, symptoms and causes.
To understand the meaning of a person centred approach to dementia care encompassing equality and diversity, communication, life history, relationships, team work, challenging behaviour and everyday care.
Enable attendees to support the rights and choices for individuals with dementia whilst minimising risk.
Who is the course for?
This course is for groups and organisations.
What will you achieve?
- Clarify their own views about dignity.
- Understand the outcomes of undignified care.
- Review legislation relevant to dignity.
- Know the National Dignity Challenges.
- Understand how to integrate dignified care into the workplace.
- Clarify how to demonstrate that they provide dignified care.
- Broaden their empathy and understanding for those they care for.
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