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Dementia

We welcome you to access and share our Dementia Education and Training packages.

These training materials, EBook and films are the result of quality improvement projects developed in collaboration with our Dementia stakeholders. The outcomes have been driven by the desire to improve ‘person centred care’and support the 2020 Dementia Challenge.


It has been an exciting time at Health Education England Thames Valley as we highlight dementia education and training packages.

These training materials, EBook and films are the result of quality improvement projects developed in collaboration with our Dementia stakeholders. The outcomes have been driven by the desire to improve person centred care and support the 2020 Dementia Challenge, the HEE mandate (pdf) to develop the right people with the right skills and right values to deliver high quality, effective, compassionate care and the 5 year forward plan (pdf).

You’ll find plenty of carefully prepared training research information and tools through our web links. All packages meet the Dementia Core Skills Education and Training Framework recommended Tier 1, Tier 2 competency levels. Tier 3 is being researched and scoped with the view of producing training guidance in 2017 .

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Matched social care workforce group

Tier 1: Dementia Awareness raising, in terms of knowledge, skills and attitudes for all those working in health and care settings.

Group 1: all of the social care workforce – Dementia Awareness

 

Tier 2: knowledge, skills and attitudes for roles that have regular contact with people living with Dementia.

Group 2: people working in social care who are providing personalised direct care and support to people with Dementia.

Tier 3: enhancing the knowledge, skills and attitudes for key staff (experts) working with people living with Dementia designed to support them to play leadership roles.

Group 3: registered managers and other social care leaders who are managing care and support services for people with Dementia.

Group 4: social care practice leaders and managers who are managing care and support services and interventions with people with Dementia which includes social workers, and occupational therapists working in social care.

 

 

 

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