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This event is for people living or working in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. Please contact organiser or see below for further details of scheduled events:
Alzheimers Dementia Support (‘ADS’) is a local charity, operating in the Royal Borough of Windsor, Ascot & Maidenhead. Earlier this year, we were commissioned by the RBWM, to devise an informative and interactive training program, aimed at raising the awareness of Dementia within our local community. In addition, our training program has been designed to demonstrate how seriously the disease affects the lives of the many people it touches.
As a result of our collaboration with the RBWM, ‘ADS’ Dementia Awareness Training in the Community will be delivered to all attendees as a ‘free of charge’ two-hour session and all organisations, operating in the RBWM, have the opportunity to nominate multiple numbers of delegate attendees.
Our training has been specifically developed to accommodate the awareness needs of all agencies, such as; commercial organisations, six form pupils, faith groups, retailers, (large and small – all sectors) and public agencies etc., and so attendees of our training will achieve an enhanced understanding of the condition, which will assist them in their daily work and life. Training course attendees will also be introduced to many of the issues people with dementia encounter and they will be encouraged to explore how best to manage many of the more common situations.
Following completion of our training, some attendees may be considered eligible to, at a later date, join a “Train the Trainer” session, as in so doing these individuals will be empowered to share the important lessons they have learned, with colleagues within the greater structure of their own organisation and/or environment.
Enclosed/attached is a course booking form which specifies training dates and venues for Spring 2014. Availability at each session will be strictly limited and therefore an early booking is strongly recommended, to ensure that you and/or your nominated attendees are not disappointed. Please Note: If our currently arranged training dates are not suitable, please let us know and we will make all efforts to ensure that you are informed when additional dates are added to our calendar. We can also offer in-house training at your facility for large numbers of delegates. See booking policy below.
As previously mentioned, ‘ADS’ - Dementia Awareness Training in the Community, is offered on a ‘free of charge’ basis, however, should any booked attendees (to any session) fail to attend, it should be noted that non-attendance will attract a per delegate charge of £75 (invoiced) unless 72 hours/3 working days notice is given. We do understand that things happen beyond our control and this fee will be waivered on only one occation when registering and attending on an alternative date.
You can bulk book 1 to 25 people We can also bring the training to you and arrange it in-house at your facility for between 15 and 25 delegates on request.
If you would prefer to receive an invitation to an alternative date, please see our schedule below, or just ask and we will do our utmost to accommodate you:
Registration is essential please.
Maidenhead - URC Windsor - Spencer Denny Centre
7th April 2-4pm 19th March 9.30-11.30am
15th April 10am-12pm 23rd April 6.30-8.30pm
21st May 9.30-11.30am 12th May 6.30-8.30pm
27th May 6.30-8.30pm 28th May 9.30-11.30am
15th July 6.30-8.30pm 16th June 6.30-8.30pm
2nd July 9.30-11.30am
9th July 9.30-11.30am
We hope you can make it!
Alzheimers Dementia Support (ADS)
firstname.lastname@example.org text or call 0751 376 2900
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Alzheimers Dementia Support (ADS)
What we do & why we do it
Alzheimers Dementia Support 'ADS' is a charity which offers constructive practical guidance and a wide range of services to help people in the local community whose lives are directly or indirectly affected by Dementia.
We try to make a difference by helping those affected cope better whilst giving them the opportunity to experience a little joy and laughter in their difficult lives.