Webinars

Webinars from Dementia Community

We are running a series of webinars of popular topics from UKDC and other topics of interest. Upcoming webinars are available to book below. Previous webinars have been recorded and are available to watch. Please click on the image to the right to head to our YouTube page.

Upcoming Webinars

Monday 10 June 2024 
Adaptation of WHO’s ‘iSupport’ for South Asian dementia carers.

‘iSupport’ is an online educational programme for dementia caregivers, developed by the World Health Organisation. ‘iSupport’ aims to reduce mental and physical health problems associated with caregiving and to improve the quality of life of those caring for people with dementia. This webinar will outline how ‘iSupport’ was translated and culturally adapted for South Asian dementia caregivers in three languages: Bengali, Punjabi, and Urdu. The webinar will outline the content of ‘iSupport’ and discuss how it can be accessed and used

Speaker: Suman Kurana, Research Assistant, University College London, Department of Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology   

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Life story work is well known within dementia care for its benefits for people with dementia, their families and for paid staff members. Initial evidence suggests that digital life story work may take these benefits even further. Herefordshire and Worcestershire Health and Care Trust with VerseOne (developer) created a bespoke life stories platform as part of a bigger project – Worcester Life Stories. We explain how we created the platform, what it looks like and some of the evidence we have so far of its utility.

Speakers: Aaron Smith, Assistant Psychologist, Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS trust   
Dr Natasha Lord, Consultant Clinical Psychologist,  Black Country Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust 
Dr Andy Ashley, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Lead for Psychological Interventions OAMH & Specialist Comm Care, Worcestershire and Herefordshire Health and Care NHS Trust 

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Forthcoming Webinar Schedule

More information on the following webinars coming soon

9 July 2-3pm
Objects as a superpower – The importance of Material Citizenship