About our training
Training to transform care
Alive training enables staff to enrich the lives of older people - putting wellbeing at the heart of care through activities that foster closer relationships and happy environments.
Increasing the amount of social interaction for people with dementia living in care homes to just one hour a week improves quality of life, when combined with personalised care. Dr Doug Brown, Director of Research at the Alzheimer's Society, said: "This study shows that training to provide this type of individualised care, activities and social interactions can have a significant impact on the wellbeing of people living with dementia in care homes". Read the research.
5 reasons why you'll see results:
Effective- after our activity sessions, the moods of 95% of residents had improved.
Inspiring- 94% of Alive trainees said our training helped them in their role.
Innovative- our creative activities result in physical, mental, social and emotional benefits for your residents.
Responsive & person-centred- training developed in consultation with you and your staff, focusing on your residents' needs.
Experienced & recognised- yearly we train around 500 care staff. Our work has been quality assured and published by NICE and we're a NAPA-recognised CPD provider.
People who attend our training say it improves their knowledge, skills and confidence in delivering activities, enabling them to share their experience and providing them with inspiration and new ideas. Our trainers have a wealth of experience in running stimulating activities and are experts in their field. All the course elements have a strong basis in proven therapeutic techniques such as reminiscence and life story work.