Virtual Dementia Tour at the Dementia Care & Nursing Home Expo

Virtual Dementia Tour

Since 2001, the number of deaths in the UK from dementia and Alzheimer’s disease has risen by 60% in males, and doubled amongst females - killing more people than heart disease or cancer. Indeed, statistics show that one in three people who were born in the UK in 2015 are expected to die from dementia. With these statistics in mind, it is vital that the quality of training is improved to provide a focus on what dementia is like for the person with dementia, rather than just the caregiver.

The Virtual Dementia Tour - invented by world-renowned geriatric specialist, P.K. Beville - is medically and scientifically proven to be the closest possible experience of what it can be like living with dementia. By understanding dementia from the patient’s point of view, practices can be modified to reduce issues and improve the person’s quality of life.

Providing a scary, intimidating, confusing and vulnerable experience for the user, the Virtual Dementia Tour is a must-have training accessory for every care professional or family member who wants to understand dementia by walking in the shoes of a person living with dementia.

The Virtual Dementia Tour will be available to experience at Dementia, Care & Nursing Home 2019.

ABOUT THE SPONSOR

Training 2 CARE UK Ltd was formed initially to offer care providers high quality training at the most competitive pricing in the marketplace. With evidence based training that is linked to the national framework (NVQ) we know our solution is perfect to demonstrate to CQC that your staff have attended training and that learning aims and outcomes are achieved.

Training 2 CARE UK Ltd now offer a full range of courses, CIEH courses, NEBOSH courses and specialist Venepuncture and Catheterisation courses. All can be delivered either in the workplace or at open dates at out fully equipped training centre you can have the peace of mind of knowing that you are achieving all the standards expected with your service.