Improving end of life care and quality of life for people living with advanced dementia and other conditions is high on the health and social care agenda. This course will discuss some underpinning skills and share understanding about the needs of people in the late stages of dementia in terms of approach, communication and sensory based needs.
Namaste Care is a loving and gentle, sensory approach which has been shown to have benefits both for the person living with dementia, their family but also it significantly boosts staff morale and job satisfaction.
Who is suitable
This course is suitable for those working in the care profession, or looking into a career in that field. It is also useful for unpaid carers and family carers.
Activity 1: There is an online presentation with information that can be used to study the four modules of namaste. Please note you will be expected to complete the short learning activities in this stage for activity 2.
What you will learn
Section 1- Background
- Introduction and context
- Understanding advanced dementia
- Positive approaches to care
- Introducing Namaste Care
- Life Stories
- Sensory stimulation
- Hand massage guidance
Activity 2: This is followed up by a 2 hour virtual Teams session with a namaste trainer where you will review the learning and allow staff to ask questions, share ideas and think about how to implement the approach.
Activity 3: You will complete a short multiple choice online assessment.
- Flexible, easy access learning
- Learn an inspiring and enjoyable approach
- Consolidate and apply what you already know
- Excellent for continuing professional development
The next virtual sessions for this course take place on:
- Date to be confirmed
How to book
To book this course, please contact us.
- Care Academy
- 03000 260 222