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SLEEP, SWALLOWING, SKIN AND SCAROPENIA IN DEMENTIA CARE
22 Apr, 2015. 0 Comments. News. Posted By: Rochelle King

All About Dementia is offering a brand new course on the management of some common physical issues associated with ageing and dementia that can cause unnecessary difficulties and anxiety. We will look at the following issues causes, consequences, prevention and management.

THE COURSE COVERS
• Swallowing difficulties – as dementia progresses the swallow reflex is diminished, we look at various interventions to help
• Sleep Issues- a symptom of dementia is a clinical level sleep disorder; we will discuss how we should accommodate this issue.
• Skin Care in Dementia – prevention of skin breakdown requires a plan of attack.
• Scaropenia or Muscle Wastage – affects 1 in 3 elderly; lack of mobility can cause muscle wastage; we look at the consequences and strategies of dealing with this problem. Pain management is key.

COURSE DETAILS
This course is suitable for all staff

Tuesday 5th May 2015 10am-4pm
Royal Clifton Hotel, SOUTHPORT

£89.00 Inc. vat, certificate of attendance and course notes

Call 0161 792 4682

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Rochelle King
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