Dementia Awareness Training
There are currently 944,000 people with dementia in the UK
The number of people being diagnosed with dementia in the UK is growing. It’s a sad, uncertain and scary time for the people who receive the diagnosis and for those who care about them.
One of the best things to have in this situation is knowledge. This makes awareness training absolutely vital, so people know how to access the best care, support and treatments as early as possible, and as the condition progresses.
The course covers the signs, symptoms and different types of dementia; the impact that symptoms have on people physically, socially and emotionally; the responsibility of employers; the role of carers and community systems; and it offers practical guidance on how to live well with dementia.
This course is suitable for anyone who wants to learn more about dementia for either personal or professional reasons – but note that this course does not give medical advice and should not replace any information or directions provided directly by a healthcare professional.
This Dementia Awareness Training course has been designed for the use of anyone, whether that be a family member, friend, colleague, employer or carer. It offers key information for the user to better understand the condition and what support is available.
It offers key information for the user to better understand the condition and what support is available.
- Understand how dementia affects someone’s brain and body.
- Know what workplace support is available to those with dementia and their families.
- Know how to identify and act upon early signs of dementia.
|Course||Module Number||Module Name||Pass % Required|
|Dementia Awareness for Carers||1||Raising Awareness||70%|
|Dementia Awareness for Carers||2||Dementia-Friendly Environments||70%|
|Dementia Awareness for Carers||3||Living Well With Dementia||70%|
Recommended System Requirements:
- Browser: Up to date web browser
- Video: Up to date video drivers
- Memory: 1Gb+ RAM
- Download Speed: Broadband (3Mb+)
(Note: This is based on the amount of video content shown and is rounded off. It does not account in any way for loading time or thinking time on the questions).