Do you know someone living with a dementia?
Join B&M Care on Tuesday, 27th February 2024, at 10:30 am at Hillview Care Home in Ware for the group's CPD-accredited seminar on understanding dementia and embracing the journey.
B&M Care’s How to Live Well With Dementia Seminar is a free-of-charge event.
About This Event
Supporting someone living with a dementia can be a rewarding and satisfying experience, but here at B&M Care, we recognise that when that someone is a loved one, it can be challenging - and often easy to overlook your own needs as a caregiver.
During this two-hour session, B&M Care's Dementia Lead Caroline Inch (BSc (Hons) Dementia Studies) will speak more in-depth about what dementia is, and offer valuable insight into how you can support your loved one to live well with a dementia at home. There is also an opportunity to share your own experiences, and ask any questions you may have.
This seminar is perfect for those caring for a friend, parent or another loved one at home, or for anyone else directly affected by dementia.
After this seminar, you will:
- Understand more about dementia, how a dementia can affect a person, and the many types of dementia
- Learn how to provide person-centred care at home
- Develop understanding around what makes a good dementia environment
- Find out more about the support that is available to you within the community
- Learn more about the short-term care options available (to give both you and the person being cared for a break)
- See how B&M Care supports an individual living with a dementia
About The Host
Caroline Inch has worked in the social care sector for 27 years, bringing with her a diverse and extensive skillset. Caroline started her career in care homes for older people, progressing to care home management, and then onto senior operational and dementia leadership roles. Caroline graduated from Bradford University in 2013 with a first-class honours degree in Dementia Studies. With her drive for innovation, Caroline ensures that each of the group's care homes delivers B&M's Rose Model Dementia Care - a person-centred approach to care that focuses on a resident as a 'whole person' to improve their physical, psychological, social, and emotional wellbeing. In addition, Caroline is passionate about delivering research, evidence-based dementia care, and cultivating her depth of knowledge to steer B&M Care's vision for providing exceptional benchmark standards in each the group's homes.