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Communication and Changes in Behaviour in Dementia (part 2) (for Health Care Support Workers and Nursing Students)

29 Mar 2019 13:30 - 16:30

National Botanic Garden of Wales, Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire, SA32 8HN

RCN Members: Health Care Support Worker/ Health Care Assistant/ Nursing Student Member: £15 + VAT (£18) Non-member Health Care Support Worker/ Health Care Assistant/ Nursing Student: £20 + VAT (£24)

Building on the morning seminar, by the end of this afternoon seminar, participants will further understand how communication and behaviour may be affected by dementia with reference to helping approaches and interventions.

*Please note – delegates attending this seminar will need to also attend the morning seminar on “An Overview of Dementia (part 1)” on the same day, as this afternoon seminar will build on the topics covered in the morning.

This seminar is aimed at Health Care Support Workers/ Health Care Assistants and Nursing Students working in any sector.

Topics include:

  • Practice based issues
  • Communication and potential behavioural changes
  • Some practice based helping interventions

The course content is mapped to 2.2 of 'Good Work - a dementia learning and development framework for Wales 2016'

Course fees include tea/coffee and resources on the day

The closing date for applications: Extended to Friday 22 March 2019

For further information about the seminar, please contact the event organiser, Rhona Workman on 02920 680713 or email

National Botanic Garden of Wales
Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire
SA32 8HN

The Garden is situated 10 minutes from the M4 and 2 minutes from the A48 in Carmarthenshire, mid way between Cross Hands and Carmarthen.
Free on-site parking is available.

For further details about travel advice please visit the National Botanic Garden of Wales website

Page last updated - 06/03/2019