Managing Distressed and Challenging Behaviour

“The tutor engaged all learners from the start of the course. His knowledge was extensive and he provided real scenarios to enable us to relate theory to practice.”

Restraint Reduction Strategies

“Fantastic trainer with good course content. Lovely not having power points. Excellent scenarios and competent delivery.”

Personal Safety with Unpredictable Clients.

“Working with dementia, residents can be fearful which sometimes results in aggressive behaviour, it was good to learn techniques to help protect myself and the dementia patients”

Your staff will learn how to ‘treat every person they meet with dignity by showing them respect’ and to apply our strategies for meeting the additional needs of persons who are in emotional distress, while ensuring their own personal safety and the safety of others around them.  In this way we will help you to have:

  • Enhanced confidence and Improved Staff safety

  • Closer compliance with regulations and inspections

  • Improved Health and Safety Compliance

  • Protection against litigation risks and claims

  • Reduced injury Rates and absences cause by incidents of violence

  • Perhaps most of all, Improved outcomes for people who use your service

“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.”

Senior Carer, Care Home for Older People

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

 

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

The practical was well suited to our residents and the theory helped to analyse the situation from a different angle . Found the course informative and made me think differently about aggressive episodes”

Senior Carer

Cumbernauld Care Home

“I was very nervous about this training but it was a great environment and he made us feel at ease and was encouraging. I liked how he brought in real life situations to make the training more relatable.”

Registered RGN

Four Seasons Health Care

  • 2018 FEEDBACK SURVEY: The training course from Dynamis fulfilled or exceeded expectations 98.1% 98.1%
  • Our Dynamis instructor had a very good or excellent level of knowledge and competence 97.4% 97.4%
  • The theory and knowledge components helped me professionally 99.6% 99.6%
  • The techniques and tactics were appropriate to real scenarios in our work 97.3% 97.3%
  • Our Dynamis trainer observed good Health and Safety practices 99.4% 99.4%
  • The Dynamis training course was of the right duration to gain the skills and knowledge I needed 89.9% 89.9%

Call 0844 812 9795 or Send an Enquiry to our team here:

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Safe Holding Caring Restraint with Older People in Care Dementia