Individual Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (iCST) Dementia training

The upcoming iCST dementia training is on

Tuesday 5th November 2019, from 10.30 to 15.30 with registration from 9.30

at 82 Brockley Rise, Forest Hill, London SE23 1LN.

Reasons why attending iCST training?

iCST is an adaptable approach which can benefit a wide range of people with dementia and family carers and be offered longer-term.
Evidence-based shows that people with dementia receiving iCST reported better relationship quality with their carers. Carers delivering iCST reported a significant improvement in health related quality of life. Carers who delivered more sessions had fewer depressive symptoms (Orrell et al., 2017). A qualitative study found that taking part in the iCST intervention motivated people with dementia to keep their mind active and look for more information about mental stimulation(Leung et al.,2017). A person with dementia shared that “It (iCST) made me start thinking about doing what I used to do which was paintings over there, that I've done …I can get up and do things more easily "

iCST session

iCST session

We offer discount for family carers

The course fee is £90 per family carer and £120 per delegate which inclusive refreshments and lunch

iCST dementia training

iCST dementia training

Book your place early to avoid disappointment as spaces are limited (a small training group up to 12 people)

Booking is now open for carers of people living with dementia, formal carers, healthcare professional and anyone with an interest in the carer-delivered individual Cognitive Stimulation therapy for people dementia.

Please book your place by using the Eventbrite link below:

Activities Matter

3 September 2019

Organised by the Barnet Care Quality Team

and Skills for Care Network Chairs

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Dr Phuong Leung, a keynote speaker at the Activities Matter Event