The Dementech Neurosciences Team welcomes you to a boutique clinical practice in the heart of London’s Medical District. We have put together a team of world-class healthcare experts including neurologists, psychiatrists, geriatricians, psychologists, psychotherapists, neuropsychologists, occupational therapists, dieticians, and speech and language therapists.
All care packages are offered with high levels of quality control, including supervision and, in the case of treatment, appropriate outcome assessments. Our nationally and internationally renowned group of consultants are able to deliver the highest quality assessment and treatment services at the cutting edge of knowledge and understanding of the nature and treatment of a range of neurological and psychological problems.
CPD Courses and Workshops Available
How can I communicate effectively as a GP with patients who have dementia?CPD
Seminar | DementechDementech
Effective communication skills are vital if GPs are to be sensitive and responsive to the needs of patients with dementia and improve the quality of their life. GPs in busy practices often complain that they do not have the time to communicate with patients. Communication is the exchange of information in the form of messages; symbols; thoughts; signs and opinions. There are many different types of communication; but there are only a few that are effective when working with dementia patients. This course will help GPs and other health professionals communicate effectively with Dementia patients.
ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity disorder ) in adults: awareness and treatmentCPD
Training Course | DementechDementech
ADHD manifests in early development and causes impairment in social; academic; personal and occupational functioning. ADHD is often underdiagnosed until adult life hence there an increased need for early detection; diagnose and treatment. Primary care professionals need to be aware of “red flags” and refer to Specialist for assessment. This includes structured interview and collateral from family or school. People with ADHD have a comprehensive; holistic shared treatment plan that addresses psychological; behavioural and occupational or educational needs. Pharmacological and non pharmacological treatments are available for better outcomes.