The use of dolls in dementia care
Competition Time!! Want to win a NAPA Training Day……
The University of West London wants to hear your views on dementia education and training. Universities are an important source of education and training for people working in dementia care or with an interest in dementia more generally, ranging from short, one-day courses, through to higher degrees. The brief survey is part of a project looking to broaden dementia education and training at UWL beyond health and social care to include a greater role for other subjects, such as the visual and performing arts. We anticipate that the results of our work will inform future developments in the higher education sector and the dementia workforce more widely.
The survey closes on the 14 March. I would be very grateful if you could complete the survey, or pass it on to a colleague who could do it and share the survey with your networks

1 Comment

  1. Sally Harper says:

    I deliver cognitive and physical stimulation therapy in interactive and dramatic forms. I work in care homes where residents have varying degrees of physical and mental vulnerability. I feel strongly that care assistants should receive more training in activities provision. It makes a huge difference to wellbeing but it isn’t yet recognised as an integral part of care.

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