Specialist care for adults in Dorset with a life limiting illness

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Our individually tailored care for patients and their loved ones takes place in the community, at home, and in our hospice

Weldmar Hospicecare

Dementia Awareness In End Of Life Care


Aim of day:

To raise awareness of the specific needs of individuals with cognitive impairment, especially at end of life


All participants will be able to:

  • Define dementia and how it affects the person and their carers
  • Identify the importance of personhood when caring for someone affected by dementia
  • Identify the practicable skill set required in all care settings including some simple techniques to help
  • Assess and monitor pain using appropriate tools for the patient with dementia
  • Consider the implications of dementia in advance care planning

The day will be provided by a multi-professional team from Weldmar Hospicecare Trust.

This course is suitable for all health and social care staff working with individuals with dementia at end of life: for example, community nursing staff, allied health professionals, care home staff, social carers, domiciliary care staff etc

All enquiries to:

Email: EducationAndDevelopment@weld-hospice.org.uk

Phone: 01305 756928


Course Enrolment

Syringe driver training – T34Ethics DayExploring SpiritualityVerification of Expected Death (VoED)Dignity Champions’ WorkshopSupporting Children (Directly or Indirectly) Facing Bereavement
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