Sarah Mould, Timothy Forester-Morgan

The Dementia Care Training Library: Module 3

Module 3 explores how understanding wellbeing can allow carers and other professionals to provide the most respectful, person-centred support to an individual with dementia

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Description

The Dementia Care Training Library: A Complete Resource for Developing Person-Centred Skills and Approaches is an encyclopedia on delivering dementia care. The Starter Pack is a ring binder, containing two core modules on the lived experience of dementia and dealing with behaviour that challenges in person-centred ways.

Module 3 explores how understanding wellbeing can allow carers and other professionals to provide person-centred care in the most respecftul ways. 

Throughout 2022-2023 twelve modules will be added to The Dementia Care Training Library. The add on modules are provided as loose-leaf pages to add to the Starter pack ring binder.

All modules and content is  mapped to the most recent Department of Health Dementia Standards Training Framework. The training materials take an Action Learning approach. This means a balance of information and practice-based activities. It allows learners to reflect on and apply new knowledge in real time as a team, which in turn leads to improved practice in care.

Authors

Tim Forester Morgan is co-founder and Director of the Dementia Training Company. The company offers a range of programmes to equip people with the skills they need to enable individuals with dementia to live well. Tim has previously been responsible for the delivery and management of a wide range of consultation services for care settings requiring guidance on therapeutic environments for people with dementia. He is an NVQ/QCF Assessor and has been a Dementia Care Mapper since 2001.

Sarah Mould is Specialist Practitioner for Dementia at University Hospital Southampton. She qualified as an Occupational Therapist in 1991 and has clinical and managerial experience in Older People’s Mental Health Services. Sarah has an MSc in Dementia Studies and has been a Director of Training for a specialist dementia organisation. In 2011, she co-founded the Dementia Training Company where she remained as Tim’s co-Director until 2019.

Details

ISBN: 9781803880235

Publisher: Pavilion Publishing and Media Ltd

Publication date: March 2022

Content

Introduction

SESSION 1: WHAT IS WELLBEING?

  1. The experience of wellbeing
  2. Who are we?
  3. The Wellness Wheel
  4. Subjective well-being scales
  5. The PERMA Model
  6. The Human Becoming Theory
  7.  The Dementia Quality of Life instrument
  8. The 4 Global States of Wellbeing Model
  9.  The Bradford Well-Being Profile

SESSION 2: ADOPTING A PERSON-CENTRED APPROACH TO WORKING WITH CARERS

  1. The Person-centred approach
  2. Benefits of working in a person-centred way
  3. The role of carers
  4. Why carers care – case studies
  5.  Support for carers of people with dementia
  6. Carers and professionals working in partnership

SESSION 3: ADOPTING A PERSON-CENTRED APPROACH TO WORKING WITH OTHERS

  1. The role of others in the care and support of a person with dementia
  2. A good working partnership between carers and professionals
  3.  The importance of professional practice
  4. Accessing additional support when working with a person with dementia
  5. Evaluation and close

Appendices and Worksheets

References and Further Reading

 

Audience

Managers or providers of health and social care services, frontline social care workers, workforce development managers, family carers of people with dementia.

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