Date: 01 Jan 2024 to 01 May 2024

Mild Cognitive Impairment Course

Venue: Virtual Event


Event Notes:

This virtual course is intended to equip people across the UK with knowledge and understanding of diseases which affect cognition and thinking, focusing on improving diagnosis, support and information for people with mild cognitive impairment (MCI).
It also draws on the concept of brain health to combine existing evidence and tools to explore how we can improve services and models of care for dementia prevention where this is possible, and for early escalation of care, where it is not.
The virtual course will cover 8 modules, featuring various expert speakers across different themes.
This course is intended for anyone involved in services or support for people affected by mild cognitive impairment, or dementia. This might include health professionals across primary, secondary and tertiary services, social care professionals, providers, members of the voluntary sector, service managers and commissioners, and people experiencing mild cognitive impairment themselves.
This activity has been funded by the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Programme through its Dementia Programme (Dementia United). The Dementia United programme, as part of an Integrated Care system, is happy to support this work and has contributed towards the development of the course.