Dementia Awareness Trainer Pack
Unicare Dementia Awareness trainer pack is well suited to staff competent in this skill and have experience facilitating in- house training. For staff with little or no experience in training why not have a look at our range of Train the Trainer Courses we provide. Our Dementia Awareness trainer pack is well researched and developed for ease of use.
Our Dementia Awareness trainer pack is not for resale or commercial use.Our pack is flexible in that you can have additional slides added for example your areas policies and procedures and/or documentation as well as your company logo. Once altered we are unable to accept responsibility for content added. In order to purchase this pack for in-house training you must be a CQC registered organisation. Any questions please get in touch with the team before purchase as we can not issue refunds once products have been sent electronically or by post.
Dementia Awareness Trainer Materials – Electronic Version
- Dementia Awareness Powerpoint presentation
- Course Handouts
- Course Assessment Paper
- Student Evaluation Form
- Course Certificate Template
- Lesson Plan Template
- Trainer support information
- Course Register Template
- Video on Dementia Awareness
This dementia awareness training course aims to increase delegates knowledge of dementia, ideal for anyone working or living with someone with dementia. The dementia training course is ideal for those working or living with persons with dementia.
On completion delegates will be able to demonstrate a much improved awareness of dementia, how to identify the early signs and feel more confident working in a person centred way around those suffering from dementia. Delegates will receive a certificate of attendance which is valid for 3 years.
- Understanding dementia
- Common types of dementia
- How the brain is affected
- Causes and symptoms
- Person centred care
- Learning about the persons past
- Care planning
- The role of friends and relatives
- Building relationships
- Equality and diversity in dementia
- Recognise and help prevent abuse
- Non-verbal communication
- Written assessment