1.We can help you generate a long-term growing income stream depending on your estimated number of participants.
2.Evidence has shown that active participation can help people maintain their cognitive and functional skills, and thus remain independent for longer.
3.The relaxed and interactive nature of the training sessions creates increased staff job satisfaction, an improved outlook among participants and an enchanced all round atmosphere.
4.The families and friends of those individuals attending brain gyms will begin to see a difference in demeanour and behaviour of their loved ones.
5.Measurement yardsticks will be put in place for each participating individual at the outset, which means that changes can be observed over time.
6.Historically, we have seen a 20% annual increase in participation demand for Dr Kounti’s training in care facilities, meaning long-term increased revenue generating opportunities.
7.It will provide you with a competitive advantage over other care providers.
8.A huge opportunity for you to generate positive PR in the local community.
9.Offering the BRINA service to your residents will be extremely well received by CQC, and provide opportunities for you to raise the bar and turn ‘Good’ ratings into ‘Outstanding’ ones.
10.But most importantly BRINA can help you create an ‘evergreen funnel’ of qualified prospects for your business/organization by setting up a Brain Gym for your local community on your premises.
• Design effective activities adjusted to the skills, preferences and background of the participants based on the ‘relationship centred care’ dementia strategy model.
• Assessment of cognitive & functional skills.
• Classification of the participants in groups.
• Monitoring of participation; identify the causes of reluctance of participation, motivation techniques, depression, behavioural symptoms, improving communication.
• Cognitive and daily functioning skills assessments
• Mood assessments
• Quality of life questionnaires
• Cognitive training, cognitive stimulation & cognitive rehabilitation
• Neuroplasticity & cognitive training
• Effectiveness of cognitive training for older people with or without subjective memory complaints, for people with Mild Cognitive Impairment and for older people with Dementia
• Neuroplasticity theory
• Relationship centred care
• Group classification, selecting appropriate level of difficulty
• Assessment and monitoring
• Administration of three cognitive programs for people with Mild Cognitive Impairment and three for people with dementia
• Examples of the cognitive tasks, role play and case studies
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