Health & Social Care Training Throughout the UK

Introduction to Dementia and Nutrition

Training Overview

The aim of the course is to enable students to understand why people with dementia refuse to eat and to explore a range of techniques that may encourage the person with dementia to eat.
Learning Outcomes

By the end of the session you will be able to;

Who is it for?

Residential and Domiciliary care workers including: Carers, Supervisors, and Managers working with older people; or vulnerable adults, in their own home or in care homes and care workers undertaking the Skills for Care Common Induction Standards or Diplomas in Health and Social Care.

Introduction to Dementia and Nutrition

Training Overview

The aim of the course is to enable students to understand why people with dementia refuse to eat and to explore a range of techniques that may encourage the person with dementia to eat.
Learning Outcomes

By the end of the session you will be able to;

Who is it for?

Residential and Domiciliary care workers including: Carers, Supervisors, and Managers working with older people; or vulnerable adults, in their own home or in care homes and care workers undertaking the Skills for Care Common Induction Standards or Diplomas in Health and Social Care.

Other Short Courses

In partnership with

QCS National Care Association Bournville College
AELP Apprenticeships EU Highfield ILM Matrix Pearson qualifications