Best Practice in Dementia Care Programme

Published: Wednesday 17 Jul 2019

Learners from Best Practice in Dementia Care Programme

Learners from Best Practice in Dementia Care Programme

Congratulations to East Division staff that have successfully completed the Best Practice in Dementia Care Programme


This programme was developed by Stirling University and is an SCQT and City & Guild Accredited. It also meets the Skilled Practitioner level in the Promoting Excellence Framework.


The Successful Learners can now implement a person -centred approach and provide evidence based interventions in Dementia Care.


Feedback from the group was very positive saying that the course helped them have a better understanding of the condition and how dementia impacts on individuals and their families. It has provided them with tools and knowledge of resources available to help.


Pictured are:-  James Woodcock, Rehabilitation Support Worker, ICT St Andrews; Morag Scott, Occupational Therapist, Course Facilitator; Roz Leggatt, Rehabilitation Support Worker, ICT Adamson Hospital; Sharon Graham, Occupational Therapy Assistant, ICT Glenrothes Hospital;

Successful learners not present were Georgie Skene, Rehabilitation Assistant - ICT  Cameron Hospital; Senga Kellichan, Rehabilitation support worker, ICT Glenrothes Hospital; Jacqueline Graves, Rehabilitation support worker ICT Adamson Hospital


Well done to all


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