Glenn Knight, managing director at Training 2 Care has committed to helping the national effort in the war against the Covid-19 Coronavirsu. We have been delivering Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to care providers and associations.
Elenor Bell, the Mayor of Winchester recently took part in the Training 2 Care Virtual Dementia Tour as part of a special training day at a city care home.
In a recent article from the Southern Daily Echo, the Mayor explained her experience on the tour.
We are committed to providing quality training to care staff and professionals during the Coronavirus pandemic.
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Glenn Knight, Managing Director, explains how Training 2 Care would like to help the national effort by providing mobile Covid-19 testing stations.
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We were delighted to showcase the Virtual Dementia Tour bus at the recent launch of Shefford's drive to become dementia-friendly.
The dementia-drive was hosted by the new 23-bed Daffodil House facility for those suffering with the condition and attended by the mayor and Training2Care.
Our Virtual Dementia Van is doing a tour of Wrexham this February.
In this article we look at where the Virtual Dementia Bus will be visiting on this tour.
Monread Lodge care home recently welcomed the Virtual Dementia Tour to give their care staff an insight into what it's like to live with dementia.
Find out more about the Virtual Dementia Tour's trip to Monread Lodge and how the VDT can help your company or organisation.
We are exibiting our Virtual Dementia Tour at the Alzheimers show at London's Olympia exhibition centre from 7th-8th June 2019. We will be exhibiting alongside Alzheimer's Research UK to help carers and the general public to better understand the impact of living with Alzheimer's.
A West London NHS Trust has employed the assistance of the Training 2 Care Dementia Bus to give their nurses a better understanding of what it is like to live with the condition. This was reported recently in the Nursing Times.