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Dementia and frailty training – 5 June 2019

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Dementia and frailty training – 5 June 2019

April 8th 2019

Dementia and Frailty: Practical approaches to integrated care

‘They may forget what you said, but they will not forget how you made them feel’

For all health and social care staff working with the frail elderly. This module will be mapped to HEE dementia core skills and of life core outcomes framework. This one-day course, held at Saint Catherine’s will provide participants with a fresh and creative approach to managing the challenges of caring for the older person. 

Dementia and FrailtyPractical approaches to integrated care – Wednesday June 5, 2019

£75 per person (Payment in full if cancelled 7 days before the event)

Please contact Trish Atkinson, Saint Catherine’s, Throxenby Lane, Scarborough, YO12 5RE

Tel: (01723) 356022 Fax: (01723) 356033 Email:

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