Friday, 20 March 2015

Thursday speaking Shifting Landscapes of Dementia Care - Inverness via The Care Inspectorate

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With Great thanks to Heather Edwards and all at the Care Inspectorate for the kind Invite to speak at  Shifting Landscapes of Dementia Care - Inverness March 26th 

I had the great honor to speak at the Care Inspectorate Conference last year in Dundee and we are so very honored that Heather has been including 'MAKE A DIFFERENCE ' at many events since 

thank you Heather for the kind opportunity 

Shifting Landscapes of Dementia Care - 

We are committed to supporting improvements in dementia care and on the back of our conference, Shifting Landscapes of Dementia Care that we held in Dundee earlier in the year, being over subscribed, we are now running five smaller events around the country to share the key learning points from the conference.

The events will:
  • cover a range of topics that promotes wellbeing and person-centred care for people living with dementia
  • share learning opportunities with you to keep the experience of the person with dementia at the heart of what we do.

Please register your interest in attending our Inverness
event here


 9:00 - 9:30 Arrival, registration and refreshments

 9:30 - 11:00

 Person Centered Care Planning
 Heather Edwards, Dementia Consultant, Care Inspectorate

 Archie Noone, Scottish Dementia Working Group

 11:00 - 11:15 Refreshments
 11:15 - 12:30

 Really Making the Difference - Care...about physical activity
 Edith Macintosh, Rehabilitation Consultant, Care Inspectorate

 12:30 - 13:15 Lunch and networking
 13:15 - 13:45 You can make a difference
 Tommy Whitelaw, Project Officer, Health and Social Care Alliance
 13:45 - 14:45

 Promoting Excellence
 Kerry Cannon, SSSC

 14:45 - 15:45

 Care about continence
 Jacqueline Dennis, Professional Advisor, Care Inspectorate

 15:45 - 15:55 Hear from an inspector
 15:55 - 16:00 Close and pledge

Person-Centred Care Planning

Heather Edwards, Dementia Consultant, Care Inspectorate

This workshop will:
  • give delegates the opportunity to discuss what the purpose of a care plan is
  • discuss what is meant by 'person-centred', with a critique of a range of examples
  • delegates will write a care plan within the workshop and receive feedback from an inspector - what is looked for during an inspection.
The main learning outcomes will be:
  • recognising what makes a care plan person-centred and understand the key factors that the Care Inspectorate are looking for
  • understanding the concept and significance of personal outcomes and how these can be used to maintain identity, roles and relationships
  • exploring a variety of different ways of recording care plans.
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