Eating and Drinking Well: Supporting People Living with Dementia workbook and training film
The workbook and film aim to develop knowledge and skills around nutrition and hydration to provide best-quality care that also offers an excellent CPD opportunity, which can be completed flexibly.
To date, almost 2,000 known recipients of the workbook (including nurses and allied health professionals, hospital and care home staff) have reported benefits and inspired action to reconfigure the way in which nutritional care is delivered.
Once you have finished reading the workbook and have watched the training video, test out your knowledge by completing our online Eating and Drinking Well: Supporting People Living with Dementia Quiz here. If you score above 9 out of 10 you will receive a certificate via email for completing this training. The quiz gives you the option to re-take it and will let you know your score on completion.
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Eating and Drinking Well Nutritional leaflet now available
The research team has also developed a leaflet (pdf 2.2mb) in collaboration with the Wessex Academic Health Science Network. It provides advice on how to increase food and fluid intake for people living with dementia.
Eating and drinking well with dementia: a guide for care staff
Welcome to this guide on eating and drinking for people living with dementia to help and support care staff.
Good food, nutrition and hydration are important for everyone. We know that eating and drinking can become increasingly difficult as dementia progresses. Therefore every effort should be taken to ensure that food and mealtimes continue to be an enjoyable experience and at the heart of providing person-centred care.
Order the resources
You will need to complete the registration form above and thereafter you will receive an email. On receipt of this email, you can download the requested training resource (the workbook you can complete online and should you wish, you can then print it off).
Should you encounter any problems in downloading the training resources please contact:
Ageing & Dementia Research Centre by telephone 01202 962536 or email ADRC@bournemouth.ac.uk
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