DEMENTIA TAS

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Tailored dementia training and consultancy in Hobart

Our Goal

Our Training Sessions

 

Interactive and informative courses that can provide everything from an overview of dementia, to more in-depth, carer specific information.

Training that is cost effective and can cater to those in the aged and disability sectors, as well as those in the business sector.

Our Training

In-house Training

 

Training that can be tailored
to assist specific workers, carers and staff needs.

Cost effective training tailored to your
organisational requirements and
supporting positive person-focused
dementia care practices.

About Us

About Us

 

Based in Hobart, Tasmania, Dementia Tas is run by Ros Calvert.

Ros has worked as a diversional therapist for more than twenty years and also has extensive experience as a dementia therapist and trainer.

 

 

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Thanks Curtis! 😀😀Our #waveofgratitude stories highlighting our incredible workforce continue.
Today we share Curtis' story:

Meet Curtis.
Curtis joined the Glenview team in 2019 and he says he loves his role as garden officer.
Here he explains his love for horticulture and why he enjoys working in the gardens at Glenview:
“My pop is a farmer and when I was growing up, I often helped around the farm, looking after his sheep and removing thistles and such.
The main jobs I work on in the gardens at Glenview are pruning, planting, mowing, general clean up, irrigation and more.
My favourite aspect of my job is the community at Glenview.
I get a decent amount of positive feedback from residents about the gardens and it makes me motivated to make their home more inviting.
I’m looking forward to making the gardens bigger and better than before.”
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Here is an important notice from Ros Calvert, our dementia consultant:

Due to the government mandated COVID-19 precautions, Dementia Tas will be cancelling all advertised training until further notice.
Please note: I am still available via email or phone for dementia consultations.
There will be no charge for this type of consultation.
Please stay safe and remember to adopt good preventative hygiene measures.

Ros Calvert

Dementia Consultant
Dementia Tas
03 6277 8807 (9am - 4pm - Mon, Wed & Fri)
[email protected]
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Our Structured Training Sessions

Understanding Dementia

This course would be beneficial for service staff and maintenance workers as well as a refresher/update for all care staff.

Types of dementia

Communication

How the brain works

Changed responses & actions

Problem solving & strategies

Experiencing Dementia

Walk in the shoes of a person with dementia. This interactive

session will give workers greater understanding of what it might be like to have dementia.

Understanding Changed Responses & Actions

From this session participants will be able to identify triggers that can cause changed responses for people with dementia.

What do behavioural expressions mean?

Causes and changed responses & actions.

Communication

Person centered approach

Problem solving & strategies

Effective Communication with the older Person

Interactive workshop, which includes activities to reinforce

effective communication. We will cover why and how we

communicate.

Identify barriers and successful strategies for communication