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Dementia Awareness Level 2 (VTQ)

Who can take this Course?

Professions from healthcare and social services such as
Care workers, Nurses, Doctors, Families Hospital workers, In-home carers etc.


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VTQ Level 2

About the Course

A new society is emerging, one that understands and accepts the value of diversity. We all aspire to this, but it's essential in healthcare. As we become more aware of the importance of recognising and accepting people with dementia as an equal part of our community, we are seeing a shift in how healthcare professionals treat them. Dementia Awareness Level 2 (VTQ) recognises this change by teaching you all about dementia through rich learning experiences that blend online content with classroom-based live sessions. VTQ is a unique program that blends online content with classroom-based live sessions. This way, you can join the conversation from anywhere in the world and learn from our experts at your own pace. Dementia Awareness Level 2 (VTQ) is a unique and cutting-edge program that teaches you all about dementia, from the basics to more advanced topics. This way, you can join the conversation from anywhere in the world and learn from our experts at your own pace.

Dementia Awareness Level 2 is an educational course that will help you understand dementia, its causes, symptoms, and treatment methods. It will also teach you how to communicate with people who have dementia. This course on dementia awareness will teach you about what it means to be a person living with dementia, why their signs and symptoms can be so challenging for family members, caregivers and healthcare providers alike, and how they may experience depression or other mental health issues, and how to recognise the early stages of dementia so you can make changes that will help your loved one stay healthy long term. In addition to learning about dementia, you'll also learn about:

The causes and effects of Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia

What caregiving tips can help make the transition smoother for caregivers

How to keep people living with dementia safe in their home environment

If you're looking for an efficient way to learn all there is to know about dementia, Dementia Awareness Level 2 (VTQ) is the course for you. With our online content and live sessions, this program will teach you everything you need to know so that when it comes time to care for a loved one living with dementia, you'll be able to do it confidently and with compassion.

Whether you choose to complete the course online or in person at your workplace, enrol today!

Dementia is a condition that may affect your loved ones. You might not understand all the intricacies of this disease, but as one who has not experienced its effects, you want to learn more about it and ways to prevent or detect it in yourself and others. This course was designed to help you do just that. It will teach you about dementia, its signs and symptoms, how to care for your loved one with this illness, and other mental health issues that can arise in those with dementia. You'll also learn the best ways to keep your loved one safe and healthy at home. From its causes to its symptoms, we'll explain everything you need to know. We'll also teach you how to communicate with loved ones who have dementia so they can stay connected and feel supported daily.

So if you want to learn all there is to know about dementia and how to help your loved ones live a fulfilling and safe life, enrol today in Dementia Awareness Level 2.

Join us in spreading awareness about Dementia!

Dementia is a progressive disease that affects intelligence and memory. In most cases, it is caused by brain damage resulting from Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia. Although no cure has been found, there are ways to slow down the progression of the disease and improve quality of life.

This dementia awareness course will help you understand more about this disease, its causes, treatment, signs and symptoms and communication methods with people with dementia. You'll also learn how to develop meaningful engagement in activities that would keep them mentally active while understanding the behaviour interventions they should try out if challenging behaviours arise. Education on all aspects of the disease is a must if we want our community to be prepared for this health threat and live well at an older age.

Learning about dementia can be challenging, but it's essential. That's why we're here to help. Join us on our Dementia Awareness Level 2 course and learn all you need to know about this condition that affects millions of people worldwide.

We want everyone to leave our course confident and informed on this important topic!

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