This eLearning course seeks to help carers of older adults and people living with dementia to ensure the people in their care are treated with respect and dignity and that their individual needs are being understood and being met, all helping to prevent distress and improve quality of life.
It develops learners' ability to take effective, person-centred measures to reduce restrictive practices that might be used intentionally or in some cases without realising they are restricting the person's liberty or autonomy.
Module 1 | Promoting Human Rights and Reducing Restrictive Practises in Dementia Care | 40 mins
This module explores the principles of supporting a person's needs through a human rights approach.
- Underpinning legislation, principles and definitions
- Strategies to improve a person's quality of life and reduce risk
- Recognising restrictive practices
- Ethical decision making
Module 2 | Understanding Behaviours of Concern | 30 mins
This module explores how to provide person-centred support to people living with dementia.
- Principles of Person-Centred Support
- Characteristics of Behaviour
- Factors That Influence Behaviour
- Functions of a Person's Behaviour
By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Maybo eLearning Certificate
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