FREE WEBINAR: Dementia Care under Covid – Lived Experience and Lessons Learned

In partnership with National Care Forum (NCF), we’re here to bring you a FREE webinar on ”Dementia Care under Covid – Lived Experience and Lessons Learned” on 26th May!

Date: 26th May 2021

Time: 14:00- 15:00

More about the webinar: 

Our Dementia Care Champion, Jackie Pool will take you through Dementia and how the lived experience of both people with dementia and the people who support them changed under Covid, with a special focus on person-centred care – How we can help a person with dementia to achieve purpose, significance, fulfilment and satisfaction even when wearing full PPE.

We will look at the implications of Walking with purpose, and discuss the Alzheimer’s Society use of the phrase ‘Walking about’ and the nuanced differentials.

We will also outline:

  • the challenges that have been overcome around all aspects of dementia care including IPC, testing and social distancing;
  • consider how we have changed our approach to supporting people living with dementia;
  • and how Covid has positively impacted that care and support.

You can now book your place for free here!

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About Jackie: 

Prior to joining QCS, Jackie was the Director of Memory Care of Sunrise Senior Living, an international care provider for the last four years.

An experienced occupational therapist, Jackie has worked in a number of high profile roles for some of the country’s largest health and social care providers. She is also a prolific national and international conference speaker and author of books and articles on the topic of dementia.

Jackie also works in academia, where she’s a researcher at the Universities of Manchester and Exeter, and has collaborated with academics from Bangor University on a ground-breaking study, which assesses the impact of cognitive rehabilitation on those living with dementia.

Jackie is also a multi-award winner. In 2011, she won the ‘National Dementia Care Award’ for ‘Best Dementia Care Personality’. In 2020, she was also recognised by NAPA for her outstanding career contribution.

As Dementia Care Champion, Jackie will play an integral role in helping QCS to create a progressive best practice dementia strategy for Health and Social Care Providers. QCS will also fully support Jackie to further advance her trailblazing PAL Instrument, which QCS has also acquired.

 

 

 

 

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