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“ Mattering in hospital – dementia care® ”
a 2 day Workshop - London
Real Culture Change in Hospitals
Matters
“ My whole approach, way of thinking
and way of responding has totally
changed thanks to Dementia Care
Matters ”
This course is focused on achieving
culture change, skills and a dignity
agenda on Acute Wards and Old Age
Psychiatry wards for people
experiencing a dementia.
Designed for Managers, Nurses,
Therapy Staff and Health Care
Assistants who wish to positively focus
their work on hospital wards
supporting people living with a
dementia
Participants from other hospital
services are welcome in transferring
this course into their own work role.
Venue – London
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Cost: £250 + VAT
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A 2-day course in 2 x 1 days
 Dates: Day 1 - 11 September 2015
Day 2 - 18 September 2015
© Dementia Care Matters 2015
“ Two years on from Compassion in Practice
spreading the 6Cs – Care, Compassion,
Competence, Communication, Courage and
Commitment, this course will focus on how
dementia care experience matters.”
Dr David Sheard
This course will enable participants to explore
the ‘Feelings Matters Most’ approach and its
implementation on hospital wards in achieving a
positive culture of dementia care.
Course Facilitators
Dr David Sheard
Gwen Coleman
“ David’s beliefs, values, boundless energy and
passion have driven changes that to many were
only a dream. His herculean effort has
revolutionised the culture of care nationally and
internationally.”
Care Personality of the Year 2014
(Judging panel 16th National Care Awards 2014)
Dementia Care Matters works with the
School of Health and Social Care,
University of Surrey
Features
This course in dementia care provides
positive skills for staff on hospital
wards:
 Learn a simple qualitative observational
method (Quality of Interactions Schedule) to
appraise quality of life and quality of service
on hospital wards.
Content
“ As nurses we are in a privileged position,
enabling people experiencing a dementia to live
a full life, by seeing the complete person. We
also have the opportunity to heal the heart,
mind, soul and body of the people we care for,
their families and ourselves.
 Adopt the Traffic Light approach in relation
to people ‘living with a dementia’
expressions.
People living with a dementia may forget our
name and what we look like, but they will never
forget how we made them feel today. ”
 Train in how to evaluate and shift the
culture of care across 5 types of interaction
within a hospital ward.
On this course you will learn about:
 Implement the ’50 Point Nursing Checklist –
Nurses Matter in Dementia Care.’
 Measure quality of outcomes of patient
experience using Dementia Care Matters 7
Indicators.
Benefits
Learn from the NHS experience of
Commissioners bringing in Dementia
Care Matters to evaluate hospital
acute wards in terms of quality
dementia care.
Includes a copy of:
Enabling: quality of life – an evaluation
tool.
authored by Dr David Sheard
Free membership for one year –
providing access to Dementia Care
Matters large online directory of
resources
 Improving peoples lived experience on wards in
terms of positive dementia care.
 Using Dementia Care Matters ‘Look Checklist’ to
improve the ward as a dementia specific
environment.
 Communicating with people at different ‘stages
of dementia’ in hospital and learning ways to
connect.
 Occupying people living with a dementia in ward
bays through innovative activity ideas.
 Measuring individual patient well-being and illbeing using validated tools.
 Reducing peoples’ expression of ‘behaviours’ on
hospitals wards – through recipes that work.
For booking forms and further information please
contact:
Learning Coordinator
Dementia Care Matters
Unit B, 4 Chessingham Park
Dunnington
YO19 5SE
Tel. 01904 481405
Email: [email protected]
www.dementiacarematters.com
For information about an in-house course specific
to your hospital please contact our York office:
Tel. 01904 481405
© Dementia Care Matters 2015