We run regular training courses in locations across the UK for individual health and care professionals. If you would like to learn how music can help, join us at one of our training afternoons to learn new skills and meet like-minded people.
This course has been developed for individuals wishing to incorporate music in to their daily practice and further their own professional development. It is suitable for people from a range of health and care settings, including people with a special interest in dementia, as well as those whose work brings them into contact with people with dementia and who would like to know more about how best to support them.
Available dates and locations are listed below.
If you are unable to attend upcoming dates, please contact us to register your interest and let us know your location so that we can take this in to consideration when planning future dates.
Who should attend?
Anyone working with people living with dementia in a health or social care setting: doctors, dentists, nurses, activity coordinators, care assistants, home-care workers, ancillary staff or allied health professionals such as physiotherapists, optometrists, audiologists, chiropodists.
What will I learn?
By the end of the 3-hour session you will:
All those attending will receive a comprehensive manual and a certificate.
Sheffield, 7th June 2018