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"To choose or not to choose - that is the question" is a Course

"To choose or not to choose - that is the question"

Starts 17 Apr 2023

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£140 Enrol

Full course description

Part 1 – Monday 17th April 2023 – 9:30am – 1:30pm
Part 2 – Tuesday 18th April 2023 – 9:30am – 1:30pm
£140 per person
Lead trainer: Kathryn Lord

If you are booking this course on behalf of someone else please enter their name and email address on the booking form when prompted. If you are booking multiple places please enter the name and email addresses of each attendee on the same form.

This course will give the participant the knowledge and understanding to enable them to involve people with dementia and their families in decision making using a range of techniques.

Participants will develop an awareness of their own role in promoting and supporting decision making. 

Participants will understand how capacity, safeguarding and human rights legislation relates to people living with dementia and decision making.

Participants will explore the short and long term impact of decisions.

Participants will develop an understanding about the role of family relationships in promoting well-being.

Participants will understand and begin to challenge the stigmas and misconceptions around dementia which can negatively impact on people’s ability to live well with dementia

Participants will hear from Experts by Experience about their own experiences.

By the end of this course, participants will be able to identify how to effectively involve families in the care of the person with dementia and promote continued family relationships.

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will receive an e-certificate for their CPD records.

Terms and Conditions

The University collects, holds and processes personal information in order to manage its operations effectively and to administer education and related functions. These activities are carried out in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Data Protection Act 2018 and the University's Data Protection Policy. I understand that the processing of my personal data by the University is necessary for these purposes. .

Cancellations must be made via email to For places cancelled by the Monday four weeks before the start of the course, the full course fee will be refunded. Between the following Tuesday and the second Monday before the course, inclusive, a charge of 50% of the fee will be made. After that day, or for non- attendance, the full amount will be payable.