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    Sustainable social care: the natural environment

    The Sustainable Social Care Programme encourages commissioners of adult social care to promote sustainable development across the sector, particularly to reduce carbon emissions and adapt to climate change. Sustainable development requires us to consider social, economic and environmental outcomes simultaneously.

    Dementia e-learning: common difficulties and how to help

    Part of Dementia

    One of a series of e-learning resources from the Open Dementia e-learning programme which aims provides a general introduction to the dementia and the experience of living with dementia. This module explains how dementia affects each individual differently. It then looks at four common areas of difficulty faced by people with dementia and describes practical strategies that can be used to assist with difficulties. It draws attention to the fact that many difficulties faced by people with dementia not caused by damage to the brain, but by other factors. The resource contains audio and video.

    Dementia e-learning: positive communication

    Part of Dementia

    One of a series of e-learning resources which aims provides a general introduction to the dementia and the experience of living with dementia. This module looks communicating with a person with dementia, at some of the difficulties that can arise, and how to overcome them. It covers helping a person with dementia understand our message; helping a person with dementia make themselves understood; communicating with people experiencing a different reality and the importance of non-verbal communication. The resource contains audio and video. The Dementia e-learning resources were originally released with the title of 'The Open Dementia e-learning programme'.

    Dementia e-learning: diagnosis and who can help

    Part of Dementia

    One of a series of e-learning resources from the Open Dementia e-learning programme which aims provides a general introduction to the dementia and the experience of living with dementia. This module focuses on the process of diagnosis and its impact; the help and support available, key professional roles and skills and multidisciplinary support services; and anti-dementia drugs and non-pharmacological treatments. This resource contains audio and video.

    Dementia e-learning: what it is and what it isn't

    Part of Dementia

    One of a series of e-learning modules which aim to provide a general introduction to the dementia and the experience of living with dementia. This module covers: views of dementia in the media; facts and common misconceptions about dementia; common symptoms, clinical terminology and causes of symptoms.  A self-assessment exercise is include to check understanding of key points covered in the module. The resource contains audio. The Dementia e-learning resources were originally released with the title of 'The Open Dementia e-learning programme'.

    Dementia e-learning: the emotional impact of dementia

    Part of Dementia

    One of a series of e-learning resources which aims provides a general introduction to the dementia and the experience of living with dementia. This module provides an overview of the emotional dimension of dementia; looks at the importance of effective strategies to help people experiencing difficult emotions. It then explores a range of situations where people with dementia can be supported. This resource contains audio and video. The Dementia e-learning resources were originally released with the title of 'The Open Dementia e-learning programme'.

    Dementia e-learning: what causes dementia?

    Part of Dementia

    One of a series of e-learning resources from the Open Dementia e-learning programme which aims provides a general introduction to the dementia and the experience of living with dementia. This module covers: the different types of dementia and the key characteristics of each; the different areas of the brain and how dementia affects these areas; and factors that are known to increase or lessen the risk of dementia. This resource contains audio and video.

    Dementia e-learning: living with dementia

    Part of Dementia

    One of a series of e-learning resources from the Open Dementia e-learning programme which provides a general introduction to the dementia and the experience of living with dementia. This module aims to increase understanding of  the person with dementia as a unique individual and the importance of knowing their background and life history. It also covers the need to be aware of the abilities people with a dementia retain, how dementia impacts on families, friends and community and the support that is needed.

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