We offer training and support services in dementia care. If you’re a carer yourself, have a family member in need of assistance, or are a student needing work placement or volunteer looking to learn more about how to help anyone diagnosed with dementia, we provide training to help you support those diagnosed with dementia, Alzheimer’s and how to safeguard vulnerable adult at risk.
If you’d like to know more about our training and support, get in touch via our contact form, via email or on the phone and enquire today.
Students needing work placements to complete their Health and Social Care level 2&3 training will be supported with placement, to provide hands on training covering the basics of caring for older people diagnosed with dementia and the challenges associated with ageing.
We have been working extensively in social care with older people diagnosed with dementia, for over 15 years, and we run a course yearly in order to keep current with the latest care standard.
Carer support is particularly important to us. As caring for our older family members can be physically and psychologically challenging. We provide a support network group twice per year for families who are carers to have a respite and meet up at a safe place to share experiences and receive group support from other who are face with the same challenge.
Dementia is a complex and difficult condition to manage and understand. We aim to break down those barriers and highlight the signs and the meaning behind the behaviors.
Safeguarding a vulnerable adult means making sure their lives are free from neglect and abuse, encouraging or helping them make decisions about their own lives and care, and creating a risk-free environment.
The moving and handling of people is a regular task in health and social care, which if not done safely, can cause serious injury to the vulnerable individual and staff. We will teach you how to apply these technics skillfully with dignity and sensitivity.
If you are a carer with a passion for home help for seniors in Southwark and are looking to add your skills to our team, please get in contact to discuss the roles we have available. We’re always in need of extra volunteer support, if you would like to volunteer, we encourage you to get in contact also, via our application form or any of our other contact outlets.
If you find yourself in need of home help for seniors in Southwark, please fill out this form with the appropriate details.
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