New dates have been added to Dementia Pathfinders’s programme of courses for 2016. Read on for events in London over the coming months:

Our Bodies, Our Minds and Ourselves – Tuesday 29 March

Gain an understanding of the importance of non-verbal communication and body awareness when interacting with individuals with a diagnosis of dementia.  Learn how to explore the connection between our bodies and minds and how this relates to ourselves and others and how to be fully present with ourselves and others for the benefit of our relationships.

For full course information, price and details on how to book please click here: Our Bodies, Our Minds & Ourselves

Circle Dance in Dementia – Wednesday 11 May

Discover the potential of Circle Dancing when working with people with memory loss. Learn and practice the skills to provide an activity with therapeutic benefits for people with dementia.

For full course information, price and details on how to book please click here: Circle Dance in Dementia

Cognitive Stimulation Therapy – Friday 14 October

Discover how to deliver Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) as a group treatment for people with dementia.

For full course information, price and details on how to book please click here: Cognitive Stimulation Therapy

Therapeutic Massage in Dementia – Monday 28 & Tuesday 29 April (two-day course)

Learn how to reduce anxiety, agitation and depression without using drugs as well as how to improve wellbeing in 15 minutes when working with people living with dementia.

For full course information, price and details on how to book please click here: Therapeutic Massage

 

Dementia Pathfinders offers discounts for multiple bookings. Please get in touch if you’d like to take advantage of this offer.

For more information contact us at info@dementiapathfinders.org or 0845 257 2250

24th February 2016

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