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Available Now - Dying well with dementia: A Conversation with Sue Pieters-Hawke (Free Webinar)

Date: 14 December 2020 - 30 June 2021
Location: Virtual
Type: Webinar
Webinar available on demand. People with dementia at the end of their life should to be supported to have a good death. Palliative care for a person with dementia is critical. Through personal experience, gained knowledge and evidence of best practice, Sue presents a series of three webinars addressing the fundamentals, planning and moving...

Available now - #BPSD a long and winding road (Free Webinars)

Date: 15 December 2020 - 30 June 2021
Location: Virtual
Type: Webinar
Webinar available on demand. Free-to-attend webinars that continue the conversation on best-practice, evidence-based approaches and treatments that are improving the lives of people with BPSD.

Acoustic intrusions: Acoustic design in dementia care settings

Date: TBC
Location: Virtual
Type: Webinar
Noise is a very common contributing factor to behaviour that results in referrals to Dementia Support Australia. Noise is overstimulating – creating stress, anxiety and sometimes results in aggressive behaviour. These talks address aspects of why noise is so harmful and gives strategies for managing noise throughout your care environment.

Aged care makeover: How to maximise your home's potential on a budget

Date: TBC
Location: Virtual
Type: Webinar
Many care homes have limited budgets to refurbish, expand or remodel. Sometimes making changes just seems too hard, especially with all the pressures of ‘business as usual’. It’s also easy to get complacent, or become immune to the problems of the care environment, which may be impacting residents’ quality of life.

Design and behaviours: How and why design makes a difference

Date: TBC
Location: Virtual
Type: Webinar
If you suspect that your care environment is not fully supporting your residents’ health and wellbeing, you could well be right. Our immediate environment has a huge impact on how we feel and consequently behave – this is even more important for people living with dementia who are acutely sensitive to their environment.
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The Dementia Centre, HammondCare delivers a range of education programs and events that are evidence based and proven in practice. We offer a range of single and multi-day programs delivered by dementia experts including webinars, workshops, seminars and conferences. Topics include design, music engagement, behaviour support, food and dining, resilience, palliative care, and pain management.

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