Specialising in Dementia Care, Activity & Reminiscence
Training & Community Projects
Professional and educational, yet fun, practical and thought provoking.
We run training courses for health care professionals, family carers, volunteers, businesses/ services and community members.
Health Care Staff at all levels
Providing specialist training for three main areas within the care industry: dementia, reminiscence & activities
Family / Community Members & businesses / Organisations
For friends/relatives and anyone who would like to be more dementia aware
Working together to help
Reminiscence Learning is a Regional and National Award winning registered charity based in Wellington, Somerset. We provide a specialist training experience for three main areas within the care industry: dementia, reminiscence and activities.
A dedicated team of people work together to ensure that all training courses are prepared and delivered in a professional and educational way yet are fun, practical and thought provoking with comprehensive resource files and certificate.
We train people at all levels of ability and needs and are therefore suitable for Private Individuals, Carers, Volunteers, Professionals, NHS Trusts, Nursing and Residential Homes, Day Hospitals, Community Centres and businesses.
Training courses designed for you
We deliver a range of training from toolbox talks to one day workshops and longer level 2 and 3 accredited courses for those wishing to improve their knowledge and skills in the field of dementia, activity, reminiscence and life story work
“A great way to further your career in the care industry. Highly recommended”
“The course made me smile, laugh and cry. It was delivered by two of the most wonderful ladies who were so passionate about dementia care. It has made me want to spread the word about all the wonderful work they do”
The Archie Project
Dementia Awareness Project
The Archie Project is an intergenerational dementia awareness project that links primary schools, care homes, sheltered housing schemes, business/services and community members to ultimately create dementia friendly communities.
“It gives children an opportunity to develop caring attitudes”
Angela Rippon, CBE
How the process works