In the long run, the Lodge aims to enhance awareness and improve professional practice in dementia care and long term and community social care sector.
The Training and Consultancy Centre seeks to enhance Person-centred Dementia Care in the Intermediate and Long Term Care (ILTC) and community care sector by strengthening 3 focus areas:
1. Education and Training
Our dementia practitioner trainers have been conducting Basic Dementia courses, interRAI Assessor & Peer Reviewer course, Safe Transfer and Facilitator Course for our staff since 2017.
To help fulfil a growing need for Person-centred dementia care, the Centre plans to provide a spectrum of dementia care courses for professional caregivers based on a blended approach of lectures, attachments to AHL and small group sessions
Our team of experienced dementia practitioner-leaders and trainers has varied expertise, rich ground experience and operates as a multi-disciplinary team to provide expert knowledge and clinical [nursing and psycho-social] know-how for participants. They would also collaborate with knowledge partners such as ADA Singapore to provide consultancy work to professionals and organisations.
3. Evidence-based Practices
Collaborations are built upon strong networks that AHL has formed with like-minded Person-centred dementia care practitioners and academia over the years.
If you are interested in collaborating with us, or would like more insights on what we can offer, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or +65 6585 2265