Dementia & Mental Health Awareness
Diversity Living Services will be hosting an interactive and informative Workshop raising awareness of Dementia & Mental Health.
The aim of our Dementia & Mental Health Awareness workshop is designed to increase your knowledge and assist you in gaining a wider understanding of the issues that may surround Dementia and Mental Health.
The workshop will also discuss the problems in relation to stigmas placed on those suffering from mental health and provide information on how to access the range of support that is available nationally and locally.
We will be focusing on the following topics:
· What is Dementia?
· Its causes, thoughts on managing behaviours, and ideas on how to engage and stimulate people living with dementia
· The signs and symptoms of dementia
· How dementia affects behaviour, the senses and communication
· How to build positive relationships with people affected by dementia using increased knowledge, empathy and practical skills.
· How to support people with mental health issues
· Defining mental health
· Looking after your own mental health
· Identifying the discrimination surrounding mental health
· How to access mental health services
· Recognising warning signs
· Key issues impacting mental health and well-being
· Barriers to accessing mental health support and services
Please call us on 02088036161 or email us at email@example.com to book your place. Book now to avoid disappointment.
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Dementia & Mental Health Awareness Workshop Information
Date: Wednesday 28th November 2018
Time: 11.00am – 2:00pm
Venue: Edmonton Green Library ( 1st floor), 36-44 South Mall,
London N9 0TN
We have compiled the following useful resources for further information about mental health and dementia:
Mental health services
Mental Health UK
BME people ‘get worse mental health service’
BME communities face ‘cultural taboo’ over mental health
Mental health crisis care: commissioning excellence for Black and minority
Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities
Mental health statistics: black, Asian and minority ethnic groups
Engaging BME communities about mental health
Nine lifestyle changes may reduce the risk of dementia
How to reduce your risk of dementia
Black and minority ethnic (BME) communities and dementia
Dementia does not discriminate
What dementia means for ethnic minorities in the UK