Faculty of Health Sciences Dementia - Responding Positively Continuing Professional Development Individual module Level of study Please select a level How to apply What you'll study There are 800,000 people with dementia in the UK with numbers set to rise to over 1 million by 2021. This will soar to 1.7 million by 2050. 42% of the UK population knows someone close to them who has dementia. One in three people over 65 will die with dementia. More than 60 per cent of all care home residents, aged over 65, have a form of dementia. There are over 17,000 people under 65 with dementia in the UK. Dementia affects 11,000 people from black and minority ethnic groups in the UK. (Alzheimer's Society 2012) This module aims to provide the health and social care practitioners and carers with an insight into the dementia. It is widely accepted that there is a need for health care professionals and the general public to become more aware of dementia and how to live positively with the condition. Dementia is ‘everybody’s business’. Starts in: Duration: May 12 weeks (1 semester) This module is delivered on Wednesday mornings on campus. Get in touch +44 (0)1482 463103 Admissions Benefit from the amazing facilities of our new £28-million Health Campus with its mock operating theatre, hospital ward and intensive care unit. Find out more Developed with our NHS partners, our programmes are constantly updated to reflect the very latest in health care thinking. Clinical placements give our students the skills, experience and support to become confident and compassionate health practitioners. Expert staff work with NHS clinicians to deliver programmes from ‘bite-size’ taster sessions to PhDs in some of the UK’s finest facilities. Entry requirements There are no formal entry requirements for this module. Related courses Supporting Adults with Long Term Conditions Dementia in Health and Social Care Practice Fees and funding Home/EU: £1,540 (per 20 credit module) International: Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org Funding may be available through your employer. If you’re self-funding, you may be eligible for a Professional and Career Development Loan from the government.