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This guide is for autistic individual employers who are employing a personal assistant(s) for themselves or on behalf of an individual with autism.
Many of us will be guilty of assuming that dementia is simply something all older people suffer from. Some of us will think that dementia means the end of a happy life and that nothing can be done to help those with it. Well, as you’ve probably guessed, these thoughts are simply not true.
This training programme has been designed so that anybody with experience of training and carer support can run an introductory course on supporting carers in end of life care.
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This practice guidance from the Care Council for Wales is primarily for use by managers and supervisors within settings that support people with dementia. It may also be of relevance to other service areas and client groups. It will assist them to put into place training and support for staff. It may also be useful as a direct reference document for staff, family carers and others, although this should generally be as part of a coordinated management strategy.
Care UK has produced this communicating with people living with dementia guide ‘Listen, talk, connect’.