This 6-hour workshop will train care providers in U-First!, a proven and effective approach to working with clients with dementia.
Through dialogue and a case based approach, learners will have more confidence in working with people with responsive behaviours.
If you are caring for someone with dementia, the U-First! Program will help you to:
Understand the behaviour changes in a person with dementia
Flag possible changes seen in the person
Interact with skill and understanding
Reflect and report the behaviour
Support the person with dementia and their family caregiver
You will also learn how to involve the Team in caring for the person with dementia.
BRING YOUR OWN LUNCH enjoy the day!!
The main entrance and parking are located off Lansdowne Avenue (parking is free).
When & Where
Alzheimer Society of Ontario
Founded in 1983, the Alzheimer Society of Ontario (ASO) is the province's leading care and research charity committed to helping people with Alzheimer's disease and other dementias by:
1. Providing care, support, information and education for people living with dementia
2. Funding research to find a cure
3. Educating decision-makers about the need for improved health care services and qualified health care workers to support people with dementia
4. Increasing awareness of dementia and its impact on the whole family
With a network of 38 societies across Ontario, we offer Help for Today through our programs and services for people living with dementia and Hope for Tomorrow… by funding research to find the cause and the cure.