Dementia for Line Managers (In Person)

This course has been designed to provide line managers with a better understanding of dementia, so they can support a member of their team who has a diagnosis of dementia, or who has a family member with dementia.

By learning about the experiences of people with dementia, learners will develop a better appreciation of the challenges that can be faced by those with dementia and consider ways that they can be supported.

Learners will explore steps that can be taken to make interactions and environments more accommodating for those with dementia or for those supporting someone at home with dementia, so that they can continue to find workplaces positive and rewarding.


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Who is it for?

Anyone who wants to understand more about what dementia is, how it impacts individuals and changes that can be made to make environments more accommodating.

If you want to raise awareness of dementia for your whole team, then you may want to look at our course ‘Awareness of Dementia’.

How much?

£145 per person

For bulk bookings over 10 people, please contact our booking team on [email protected]

What next?

Choose a set of dates from the drop down menu to book your place.

Call or email us for further information, help with your booking or to discuss dates and options for a bespoke course for your organisation.


This course is delivered virtually over Zoom with a real trainer.

You will need a microphone and camera.

We train courses throughout the UK, If you would like us to train at your venue or organise a venue near to you, please email our booking team on [email protected]

How long is the course?

6 hours (including lunch)

Key Topics Covered

  • What is meant by the term dementia?
  • What challenges might there be in the workplace?
  • How can I communicate effectively with someone with dementia?
  • How can I support someone in my team with dementia?
  • How can I support someone in my team who is caring for a relative with dementia?

Additional information

Course Dates

04-Jul-22 09:30-15:30