Event date: 22/09/2022
Presented by the Institute of Ageing and Health West Midlands, an interactive day, with presentations and discussions exploring how to truly see and support the physical, psychological, and social needs of people with dementia within all settings, including health, social care and prisons. The day is supported by health and social care professionals and people living with dementia.
This day is suitable for all healthcare professionals, volunteers, and all those involved in supporting people with dementia, such as friends and family members, but also and perhaps more importantly for people with dementia. The day will end with a round table discussion on where we go from here.
A brief overview of presentations is highlighted on the following page. The event is free for members and people living with dementia, tea and coffee and lunch will be provided.
Please register using the following Eventbrite link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/seeing-the-person-how-services-can-support-people-living- with-dementia-tickets-400757696057
Any questions or queries please contact Professor Joanne Brooke, email@example.com
Refusal and resistance to care by people living with dementia being cared for within hospital wards: an ethnographic study – Professor Katie Featherstone
Exploration of dementia within prison settings – Professor Joanne BrookeWe can meet his needs – Kulbant McLaughin, wife and carer Positive approaches to care – Phillip Hall
Helping the person living with dementia and families to manage complex needs, across organisational boundaries – Kerry Lyons, Admiral Nursing