About this Course
Dementia Discovery is designed to help those new to the workforce, who may have limited knowledge about dementia. It aims to increase knowledge about dementia with tips on 'where to next’ for training and resources.
In this course, you will complete the following modules:
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|Published:||09 Apr 2020|
|Updated:||04 May 2023|
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