In response to COVID-19, Re-Live have developed a creative Zoom practice session with older adults, people living with dementia, veterans living with PTSD and people living with anxiety and depression. The aim is to support those delivering online groups or those who want to develop and facilitate online groups in a creative and meaningful way.
Session description: This two half day training sessions to introduce participants to best practice in working creatively with a group via Zoom. Re-Live Artistic Director, Karin Diamond, will lead the training session. The training will be in English, but we welcome Welsh language participants as Karin is bilingual.
The courses will be of relevance to anyone who is currently running online groups or those who are looking to begin to facilitate groups online for people living with dementia and their care partners.
Part 1 explores the creative possibilities of working with groups via Zoom.
Part 2 covers the technical aspects of hosting and managing group Zoom sessions.
Participants are expected to attend both session within their group dates.
|Session Dates / Times||Maximum spaces available|
February 11th and 18th 09:30 – 1pm
March 2nd and 9th 09:30 – 1pm
March 30th and 6th April 09:30 – 1pm
How to Apply:
To enable the RPB to get value from their investment, please make every effort to attend. If you are unable to attend and are sending a replacement, please notify the team.
For further information on the content of this course please contact The Dementia learning and development team on [email protected]
This will send a notification to your line manager who will then need to approve your place.
Please note, you do not have a place allocated on the course until we have received your completed booking form. You will then receive the Zoom joining link which confirms your attendance at the session.
This Zoom link is for one person attendance only as sessions have a limited number of places.
To download the booking form, click here: Dementia Learning and Development Booking Form.doc