It’s not often that workshops run for professionals or anyone affected by dementia are free…..but me and Cathryn Hart from Humber NHS Trust have been running these twice a year for a couple of years now (I think!🙄)
Our next one is on Thursday 17th January at the Central Library in Hull, Meeting Room 1, 10am – 12.
All are welcome, including Healthcare Professional and any affected by dementia but also anyone just curious to know more.
The last sessions have been attended by a host of people including nurses, social workers, care home staff as well as families affected by dementia, so always a lovely mix. The people who attend always go away havn’t learnt something new.
The session lasts 2 hours and although we do have a proper plan and cover certain things, we tend to go with the flow according to the conversations that invariably happen and questions that come our way.
“ Discussions will be encouraged to share good ideas for living as well as possible with dementia, which means everyone can take away ideas to share both professionally and personally to help them day to day….”
It’s very informal and, needless to say, we have tea and coffee on tap. So for anyone interested, you can register at the detail below. Cathryn tells me we’re almost full but please try and register if you’re able. It would be lovely to see you there.
To book a place please contact the Humber Recovery College:
Tel Number – 01482 389124