Productive Activities in Dementia Care
The Productive Activities in Dementia Care is a one day training course suitable for nurses, carers and support workers.
This highly popular and fully unique course, which was devised as a result of conversations between an EMI Nursing Home Manager (RMN) and our Training and Development Manager, focuses on effective, time-managed activities to stimulate reminiscence and outstanding support for people living with dementia. This full-day course builds upon our Dementia Awareness full-day training, and offers carers practical tools to keep service users engaged and stimulated both inside and outside of the ‘organised’ activities that may be provided in the care setting.
- Dementia awareness
- Reminiscence tools
- Why activity matters in Dementia care
- Singing for the brain
- Capacity for “doing”
- Taking the time
- Building-on the Care Plans
- Activity “props”
- Importance of assessment
- “30 second” activities
- Tailoring activities and support
- Sensory and musical activities
- Past lives; present activities
- Structured and unstructured activities
Successful completion of this training course will result in the award of a CPD accredited certificate covering all aspects of the above course contents.