Creating a dementia friendly generation: KS3

Creating a dementia friendly generation: KS3

PSHE association: 'The ‘Creating a dementia friendly-generation’ for Key Stage 3 pupils is designed to support and develop pupils’ understanding of dementia. The lessons and activities are progressive and well-designed and provide a variety of opportunities for teachers to explore some of the common misconceptions and misunderstandings that surround dementia and those affected by it. Each lesson is well-structured and includes a variety of resources and additional supporting materials to enable learners to deepen and extend their understanding and appreciation of the issues that surround dementia. The resource also includes cross-curricular links as well as extension activities to enable a whole school approach to the subject. Lessons have been designed so that they may be delivered as a suite or as part of an enrichment day. This is a comprehensive resource which would make an excellent contribution to a school’s PSHE provision.' youngpeople@alzheimers.org.uk
AlzheimersSociety
Creating a dementia friendly generation: assembly

Creating a dementia friendly generation: assembly

This assembly is designed to allow teachers to teach young people about the causes and symptoms of dementia and to get them thinking about how they can support people in their community affected by dementia. The assembly includes links to Alzheimer's Society videos which will require internet to connect to. Clear delivery notes are available to allow teachers to talk confidently about the topic, For support and advice on using these resources contact youngpeople@alzheimers.org.uk
AlzheimersSociety
Creating a dementia friendly generation: KS2

Creating a dementia friendly generation: KS2

PSHE association: 'The ‘Creating a dementia friendly-generation’ for Key Stage 2 pupils is designed to support and develop pupils’ understanding of dementia. The lessons and activities are progressive and well-designed and provide a variety of opportunities for teachers to explore some of the common misconceptions and misunderstandings that surround dementia and those affected by it. Each lesson is well-structured and includes a variety of resources and additional supporting materials to enable learners to deepen and extend their understanding and appreciation of the issues that surround dementia. The resource also includes cross-curricular links as well as extension activities to enable a whole school approach to the subject. Lessons have been designed so that they may be delivered as a suite or as part of an enrichment day. This is a comprehensive resource which would make an excellent contribution to a school’s PSHE provision.' youngpeople@alzheimers.org.uk
AlzheimersSociety