We offer a range of training and workshops to help you care with confidence. From learning practical skills such as first aid and back care to focusing on areas such as stress, anxiety and assertiveness.
We look forward to welcoming you back with our new programme from September onwards, which we’re currently working on.
Our friends at Thriving Carer have created a series of webinars that you can access in your own time.
Each video has subtitles and we can send Carers the presentations and resources sheet. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Control the controllable and let the rest go!
Free yourself from the worry of the things that you can’t control.
A goal without a plan is just a wish
Carers often don’t prioritise themselves and when they do, they often feel guilt.
Feeling lonely, even when you’re not alone
This session looks at how to reduce and manage feelings of loneliness at any stage of the caring journey.
Carer Stress Syndrome vs Compassion Fatigue
What is carer burnout and how to avoid it.
Our wellbeing workshops include caring and coping with stress, anxiety management, assertiveness and resilience.
Our Understanding Dementia programme consists of 4 sessions designed especially for Carers to develop their understanding of dementia and help support them in their caring role.
- What is dementia? – In this first session you will discover what the term means, and find out about the most common types of dementia and their symptoms.
- Brain, behaviour and memory – You will be introduced to the parts of the brain which are affected, and the behaviour associated with it. You will also gain an understanding of how memory is altered in dementia.
- The ageing senses and the stages of dementia – We will explore of how the ageing senses impact dementia and the implications for carers. Plus, an introduction to the stages of the condition, their signs and symptoms and caring strategies.
- Communication and coping strategies – You will find out about language changes in dementia, reflect on what you have covered in the programme, and how you can continue to be supported.
First Aid for Carers
Free practical training to help give you the confidence to deal with an emergency situation.
Free training course covering the causes of back pain and how to look after yourself whilst carrying out daily tasks. It also gives you an opportunity to learn practical techniques for moving and handling safely. This online course is offered over two sessions.
Discover the common causes of people falling with tips on what action you can take to prevent this from happening.
Listen to local solicitors about the common areas that affect carers such as Power of Attorney, wills, and care home costs. With an opportunity to ask questions.