Spirituality in dementia care




Programme summary

There is a great uncertainly about what is meant by spiritual care and who should provide it. There is a common assumption that it is the same as religious care and there is a reluctance amongst many to discuss this issue with people with dementia.

This event will explore evidence suggesting that spiritual care lies at the heart of providing person and relationship-centred care and, as such, makes everyone responsible for spiritual well-being.

Who is this programme for

  • Staff supporting people with dementia and their families
  • Families, volunteers and visitors such as chaplains and faith leaders who have a particular but not exclusive contribution to make

Further details

A one day learning programme.

This learning programme can also be offered at a location of your choice.

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