Aims Recognition of the need for last resort intervention and the therapeutic approach to resolving conflict underpins the complex course, each candidate will be clear on safe handling and appropriate technique for safe guarding those they care for. This 1 Day Physical Intervention Update Training Course is intended for candidates who have previously completed a 3 Day Physical Intervention course
1 Day Physical Intervention Update
Recognizing Agitation and the causes
Awareness of contributing factors to the escalation of agitation
Techniques for appropriate effective de-escalation of agitation and aggression
Non-threatening Non-judgmental approaches to conflict
Safe breakaway and disengagement
Functional competencies. C & R
One & two person approaches
Risk assessment and safe approaches
Group work/stopping fighting
Legislation & reasonable force
Poor technique and areas to be avoided
Recognizing signs and responses to positional asphyxia
Risk Factors and other Physical Intervention
The benefits of attending this session are; increase subject knowledge, challenged thinking,enhanced confidence and improved skills. Ultimately adding quality to the lives of vulnerable people.
I would like to convey our genuine appreciation for the recent course you ran on “Caring Achieved by learning from Memory” (C.A.L.M). This was an exceptional course which gave genuine and practical insight on caring for individuals with Dementia in the moment. The course content was very detailed and delivered with real passion by the lecturer (Chris). I am more than happy to highly recommend this course for anyone (management, carers, relatives) caring for someone with Dementia. My team came out of the course ‘buzzing’ with ideas of how to move forward and improve our approaches to ensure consistent ‘Positive Outcomes’ for our visited clients. The lecturer was able to provide practical tools (Spotting pages, 3 Golden Rules, Thoughts/feelings/behaviour tringle, etc) and explained in simple, understandable language how best to use these and how to evidence for CQC, but more importantly how best to involve our care team in the process. To date this has been one of the most informative and passionate courses I have been on for caring for Dementia.
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