Safeguarding and Protecting Vulnerable Adults is everyone’s responsibility Safeguarding Awareness Week 2018 Monday 25th – Friday 29th June Many adults rely on other people to help them in their day to day living. This may be due to illness, disability or frailty. They may be at risk from people they know such as a relative,
Last week, Steps Training arranged an evening performance of Spectacle Theatre’s show ‘Special,’ for an audience made up of the members of Mark Jermin’s Theatre School. ‘Special,’ a play by Paul Swift, is a story about friendship, bullying and not fitting in. Participatory theatre to facilitate learning “Our goal is to enable young people and
We’re pleased to be announcing a new open course designed to better the living quality of those living with dementia, their loved ones and their carers – “Dementia: Nuts and Bolts.” Dementia… What is it? How does it feel? What can you do? How can you help? This course will provide the answer to these
National Dementia Carers Day 2015 – 14th September World Alzheimer’s Day 2015 – 21st September Dementia is an increasingly common illness, affecting hundreds of thousands of individuals in the UK, and directly impacting on the lives of many others. Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia, affecting 62% of those diagnosed with the illness.