What you learn
Designed to give you a critical understanding of dementia, this course will provide you with a deep insight into the experience of those living with dementia and their families. You will develop new critical thinking, giving you practical tools and mindset to lead positive change.
- Study the effects of social exclusion, the relevance of participation and diversity. Critically challenge taken for granted models of care in order to promote a holistic, relationship-centred approach
- Explore biological, psychological and sociological frameworks which seek to explain the experience of dementia and develop a multi-disciplinary research perspective
- Create care plans focusing on the human rights and specific needs of people with dementia and put your new knowledge to practical use in real life situations
- Discover and share global perspectives which underpin the diagnosis with your peers online. Join a network of likeminded professionals shaping change around the world.
Hear from Emma Wolverson (Programme Founder) and Liz Price (Programme Founder and Director) about what sets this masters degree apart: