Restraint with Older People in Dementia Care
Safe Holding and Restraint for Managing Challenging Behaviours with Distressed Older People in Dementia Care
Restraint and Safe Holding in Dementia and Elderly Care
Helping staff to professionally manage situations when they encounter a person living in care who is distressed or displaying other stress-related behaviour associated with living in care.
“We treat our clients like ladies and gentlemen,
not because they always are,
but because we always are”.
We teach and focus on a non-escalation approach which creates a safe and secure environment for dementia care. This is underpinned by person-centred thinking and approaches which acknowledge the stress-related behaviours seen in care homes. With our 1-Day (or Half-Day Blended with Online) training courses we help teams like yours to:
- understand approaches which ensure non-escalation of high-stress interactions with people living with dementia
- think in a person-centred way about scenarios which are conflict flashpoints for people with dementia
- use smart ‘proxemics’ to ensure safety in the event of physical resistance or reactions from distressed residents
By blending our verbalisation skills, our understanding of the flashpoints for distress in dementia and by underpinning these with confidence in personal safety, we help clients to better care compassionately for their clients. Please explore these two dementia training courses and contact us with any questions you have.
Safe Caring Practices in Elderly/Dementia Care
On this Safe Caring training course your staff team will explore and develop practical ability in:
- Mapping Aggression and Behaviour
- Understanding The Experience of Dementia
- Fundamental Templates for Good Communication
- Proxemics: body positioning and body language for safety
- Dealing with Physical Resistance and Distress related to Dementia
- Knowing when to call for help or abandon a task because of safety
Go to our webpage for http://www.dynamis.training/safe-caring/
Safe Holding and Restraint in Elderly/Dementia Care
On this Safe Holding training course your team will practice their understanding and their ability with the following:
- Understanding Duty of Care at Work and in Care
- Knowing the definitions: What actions are actually Restraint?
- Government Guidance (SCIE, RCN) and Good Practice
- Principles of Reasonable Force for Creating Safety
- Awareness of Risks in Physical Restraint
- Practical Skills for Last-Resort Interventions
Go to our webpage for http://www.dynamis.training/safe-holding/
Course FEEDBACK for Jan-December 2016
Were your expectations about the course met?
Did the trainer observe good Health and Safety practices?
Yes (Y) 98.93%
Were exercises on your training course conducted safely?
Yes (Y) 368 98.66%
How did you rate the Dynamis instructor’s knowledge and competence?
Very Good 21.98%
Were all your questions answered comprehensively by your trainer?
Yes (Y) 98.39%
Was the training delivered using a mix of delivery styles which enabled you to learn effectively?
Yes (Y) 99.46%
Was the course of the right duration for you to gain the skills and knowledge you needed?
Slightly too long 10.99%
Just the right duration 72.12%
Slightly too short 13.40%
Were the techniques and tactics you learned appropriate to the real scenarios you will – or might forseeably – face in your work?
Yes (Y) 95.98%
Were the theory and knowledge components of the course helpful for you professionally?
Yes (Y) 98.93%
I enjoyed the training today. I felt it will be very useful and will be using the tactics and skills learned today to assist myself and my colleagues to reduce the amount of injuries that have been happening recently during interventions with our residents.