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Person-centred Palliative Care for People with Dementia

Kitwood 1997 considered person-centred care in dementia as a culture of care that “…brings into focus the uniqueness of  each person, respectful of what they have accomplished and compassionate to what they have endured. It reinstates the emotions as the well-spring of human life, and enjoys the fact that we are embodied beings. It emphasizes the fact that our existence is essentially social”.

This half day programme is aimed at all staff working with people who have a diagnosis of dementia.

Book via the Programmes page