Start date
This course has now closed
Duration
2 hours per week for 6 weeks
Mode of Study
100% online course, no campus attendance required
Cost
Free
Registration opens
Registration is now closed. To register your interest in our future free courses fill out the form below.
Intended audience
Suitable for anyone interested in dementia or for carers of people with dementia
Delivery method
Through Canvas Network, the second largest MOOCs provider in the world.
Prerequisites
Learner should have an understanding of English language and the ability to study in English
About us
As a University, we are committed to helping you make the most of your time studying the MOOC. We want to challenge you intellectually and help you maximise your performance.

Bridging the Dementia Divide: Supporting People Living with Dementia

The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates there are currently 35.6 million people living with dementia, a number which will double by 2030 and triple by 2050 (WHO, 2012). Dementia has already had a significant impact on society, and this will only increase.

It is important for society to understand the challenges of living with dementia as well as to understand the importance of the correct care for people with dementia.

This course will look at the global challenge of dementia. It focuses on integrative collaboration and partnership working to reduce barriers between services and to provide seamless care for people living with dementia.

Enrolment for this free course is now closed. Come back soon as we'll have some more free courses open for enrolment in the near future.

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Dementia Action Alliance (DAA) member

UDOL are an active member of the Dementia Action AllianceWe are proud that our positive impact to Dementia through our online courses has been recognised by Dementia Action Alliance (DAA) and we are now an active member of the Alliance.

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