Improve communication and care for people with dementia across the patient journey, from prediagnosis through to care at home, emergency care, hospital admission, care home admission and end of life care.
The course incorporates six video dramatisations across different settings. Learners can follow Maggie and Mick as Maggie receives a diagnosis of dementia, gets help at home and moves into a residential care home. They can then follow Marty and Mary, and Marty’s family, as he receives emergency medical care, stays on an acute hospital ward and nears the end of his life.
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