Making activity meaningful for people with dementia




Programme summary

Meaningful activity and having a purpose in life is a fundamental human need. People with dementia deserve every interaction, whether an activity of daily living or a leisure activity, to be meaningful and positive.

Participants will gain the knowledge and skills to develop a varied programme of activity in care settings which are person-centred and meaningful.

Who is this programme for

  • Support staff from care settings (including volunteers) who work directly with people with dementia and staff who are nominated activity co-ordinators

Further details

- If you live in Scotland and have an income of £22,000 per year or less, or are on benefit, you can apply for funding through the ILA Scotland scheme.

- A similar learning programme can be offered at a location of your choice. Please contact us for further information.

The full programme details are coming soon

Forthcoming events

Date
Venue Price Booking
13th Sep 2017 Iris Murdoch Building University of Stirling United Kingdom £300 Book Online Register Interest
13th Sep 2017 Iris Murdoch Building University of Stirling United Kingdom £280 Book Online Register Interest

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