This online course is suitable for any unpaid carer and learners of all levels. It will enable carers to understand and recognise that it is important to look after their own health and wellbeing.
This course will teach carers how to have the energy and strength required for their caring role and that keeping themselves well means they are better placed to carry out their caring role.
It is just as important that carers feel confident and emotionally able to look after someone. This course will focus on offering practical solutions that will help to meet carers problems or challenges.
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If you help someone, who needs your support to manage a life of their own, you are probably a carer.
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This online course is suitable for unpaid carers who are looking after a person with dementia and wish to learn more about the condition and how to manage their care.
The course is suitable for learners of all levels and will enable carers to prepare for the unexpected in advance and how to deal with it when it comes.
The online course will cover topics that will be beneficial to carers for their hands-on caring role and psychological well-being. The course is designed to help carers find new ways to build resilience so they can survive and grow through the most challenging of times.
Carers will learn ways to ensure good quality of life and comfort for both themselves and the person living with dementia.
Dementia is a term used to describe severe changes in the brain that make it difficult for people to perform basic daily activities and to live independently without care. In most people, dementia causes changes in behavior and personality.
Normal brain ageing results in some decline in some cognitive functions (for example, speed of thinking and working memory). Dementia and cognitive impairment, however are not a part of normal brain ageing; they are diagnosable conditions.
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