- Based in Bristol
How to book
Use the course enquiry form on the right or call them on 01454 868963.
Training Course Details
- Course Length: One day (9.30-16.30)
- Delivery Method: Classroom-based/Venue
- Suitable for: Individual
This Dealing With Anger in Dementia Care course is a one day workshop is one in a series that provides an in-depth understanding of the needs of people living with dementia and is aimed at all Community Care & Housing staff, PCT staff and Independent & Voluntary sector care staff and is run by Tracy Packer – Consultant in Dementia Care. By the end of the day participants will be able to:
- Recognise that aggressive actions are NOT a normal part of the dementing process, but an attempts to communicate an important message to us that we must attempt to interpret.
- Consider the capacity to take on new information, new relationships or new tasks if you are feeling angry with somebody or something, and develop strategies that might overcome this.
- Understand that anger in itself may be a normal response, and recognise the need for it to be expressed in a manner that does not result in physical or psychological harm to the person with dementia or those around them.
- Recognise the possibility of physical and psychological pain in the person with dementia, and its potential contribution towards the expression of anger.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the key drugs that are used to ‘manage’ people with dementia who are angry, and identify alternative strategies to defuse angry outbursts, in view of the current debate around chemical restraint.
Course provider details
- South Gloucestershire Council
- Member Since: 06/05/2014
Other courses from South Gloucestershire Council
- Communication in Dementia Care
- Housing Related Support: An Overview
- Understanding Loss and End of Life Care
- Mental Capacity Act Essentials Training (Care Workers)
- Manual Handling Induction