Dementia Care Workshop: Creating Connections


SafeCare BC and the Alzheimer Society of B.C. are pleased to offer another installment of the successful Creating Connections: Working with People with Dementia workshop. The partnership between the two organizations was announced during a joint session at the BC Care Providers Association Annual Conference in May 2014. For more information on the partnership please click here.

Workshop Topic:

Creating Connections: Working with People with Dementia

In Creating Connections: Working with People with Dementia, you will better understand Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, receive key tips for communication, and learn how to be creative in dealing with some of the behaviours common among persons with dementia . The information will be presented within the context of “person-centred care”. Through lecture, interactive discussion, and video clips, you will gain the tools to feel more confident and safe as a caregiver, so you are able to provide the best care possible.

Workshop Leader:

Jan-Robson-2014-e1411687824378-280x300Jan Robson, was the Coordinator for the Alzheimer Society of B.C.’s province-wide Dementia Helpline from February 2006 until August 2012, facilitating a support group for people with early-onset dementia and one for caregivers, as well as delivering workshops to various community groups. In her current role as Provincial Coordinator of Programs and Services, Robson is working on a variety of program development initiatives. Her background is in counselling and community corrections.



September 15: Fleetwood Place, Surrey

For more information and registration click here.

October 25th: Tabor Village, Abbotsford

For more information and registration click here.


About SafeCare BC:

safecare logo vector white background (2)Established in 2013, SafeCare BC (SCBC) is an industry funded, non-profit society working to ensure injury free, safe working conditions for continuing care workers in BC. SafeCare strives to be the industry leader in advancing injury prevention and safety training for continuing care workers and is committed to improving health and safety within the work place and responding to the needs and priorities of care providers.

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